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    Re: Avahi zero config

    Here are the releases by date for avahi-daemon: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/avahi/+changelog

    I have no idea what your debian link is talking about.

    And if you need to install...
  2. Re: Looking for Advice Regarding Proper Mounting of a Hard Drive Disk Partition

    Speaking of labels: Although it is rare to actually see one PARTLABEL can also be used to identify a partition. And like PARTUUID it has the same characteristic. Since it is a partition table...
  3. Re: Looking for Advice Regarding Proper Mounting of a Hard Drive Disk Partition

    The only advantage I can think of for a PARTUUID ( rather than a UUID ) is that since it is a partition table reference and not a filesystem reference should the partition be reformatted the UUID...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Moving HDD mounting points

    It makes it far easier for the responder to copy and paste parts of your output for a tailor made response if the data presented is in text. Can't do it from a screen shot.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Moving HDD mounting points

    Unless you want folks to end up hating you it would be best you stop posting screen shots and start posting actual data.

    I'm surprised mount -a didn't through you an error. You need to remove that...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Moving HDD mounting points

    I would like to give you a specific example but I'm not going to do it from screenshot information.

    [1] Unmount the Photography partition

    [2] Create a mount point under /mnt:

    sudo mkdir...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Moving HDD mounting points

    Please post the output of the following command:

    sudo blkid -c /dev/null -o list
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    [SOLVED] Re: Moving HDD mounting points

    Because Disks does something stupid.

    It asks the user: "Show in user interface ?"

    A reasonably intelligent person would look at that as say: "Well, of course I do". But it doesn't disappear if...
  9. Re: Accessing Ubuntu shared folders and drives from MacOS with NFS

    The only thing I can think of is that the samba password database has been corrupted somehow although I have never seen that happen. What you could try is:

    ** Remove yourself from the database:
    ...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: Auto mount directories of other machines and desktop layout stopped after upgrade

    The stock answer to the fstab issue is an automounter which will mount "on access" not at boot. But there is a unique problem with this and Xubuntu users.

    I would recommend something different:
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    Re: Networking help

    That is exactly what I did in my post.
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    Re: Networking help

    Holy Frijoles!!

    Once upon a time when Samba 2 was state of the art and there were 3" books on its care and feeding an application called gadmin-samba was created to manage a samba server. Your...
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    Re: Auto mount share on boot

    Systemd has an automounter that might work for your situation. An automounter works by mounting on access of the mount point not at boot.

    What may be happening here is that when you boot the...
  14. [SOLVED] Re: How to share SMB autofs mount with two different users ?

    Looks like you didn't do this:

    I don't know where you are at the moment -- too many posts - but something like this:
  15. [SOLVED] Re: How to share SMB autofs mount with two different users ?

    I'm surprised you didn't get an error when you tested this out.

    CIFS is kinda persnickety when it comes to how you define dir_mode. It has to be preceded by a 0 ( zero ) in order for it to be...
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    Re: Short and Clear SMB mount label

    Try adding nodfs to your list of options:


    BTW, you forgot to take possession of the mounted share: uid=your-linux-user-name. Without it you are likely to have read only access.
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    Re: Short and Clear SMB mount label

    You can't with the method you are using now.

    What you could do is a CIFS mount then you will be able to specify the mount point.

    An example of a temporary mount:

    [1] Install cifs-utils in...
  18. Re: No access to network mediaplayer with ubuntu 20.04

    Probably not an Ubuntu issue. Debian 9 has a version of samba ( both server and client ) that went End-of-Life in March of 2018.

    The version of Samba in Ubuntu 20.04 disables SMB1 on the client (...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting a network drive on ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    How was that different from my post?
  20. [SOLVED] Re: How can i use mount and have it not show up in Thunar

    It is not entirely clear to me what you are trying to do here so this is more a generic answer to doing bind mounts under a user home directory or /media:


    Just the opposite:


    I should note...
  21. Re: Folders added by Windows users not available in Ubuntu 20.04

    If you look at the owner of the saved files from your network clients it is not "no owner" but "nobody". That is an actual local user name and the samba default user when accessing a guest accessible...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting a network drive on ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    Using Connect to Server in your file manager access the nas and one of it's shares explicitly.

    From your original screeshot it looks like one of them is NetBIOS based and the other appears to be...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting a network drive on ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    Just a guess as I don't own your nas but according to this page it's because d-link doesn't enable any smb dialect greater than smb1 so you will have to do exactly the same thing in Ubuntu 20.04 as...
  24. Re: PDF Looks/prints great on Windows, but is wrong on Ubuntu

    And this is the way it renders in Foxit - the Linux version:
    286001
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    Re: VirtualBox Ubuntu 20.04 LTS super buggy

    What version of VirtualBox?

    Linux guest: shared clipboard doesn't work (on fresh VirtualBox-6.1.4-136177) => fixed in 6.1.6
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