This screencast details how to use SAMBA to share files between computers.
- Browsing SAMBA shares from within Ubuntu
- Making shortcuts on the desktop to access SAMBA shares
- Sharing files from Ubuntu over SAMBA
Version: 7.04 (Feisty)
Andrew adds: "You may have problems accessing your share from other computers afterwards. To fix this issue do the following things. Launch the run dialog by pressing Alt+F2. Enter the command gksudo gedit /etc/samba/smb.conf then enter your password when prompted. Find the security section of the configuration file. Change "user" to "share" and remove the semicolon from the start of the line. Find the guest account section. Change "nobody" to your account's username and remove the semi colon from the start of the line. Save the file and restart your computer"
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