Install Samba in Ubuntu Linux and Share a Folder to Windows

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Install Samba in Ubuntu Linux and Share a Folder to Windows

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Install Samba in Ubuntu Linux and Share a Folder to Windows In this tutorial, I install and configure Samba in order to share folders and files to Windows users. The demonstration features Ubuntu Linux and Windows Vista
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50 thoughts on “Install Samba in Ubuntu Linux and Share a Folder to Windows

  1. Awesome tutorial, works like a charm. One question though: how do I share an external hdd? I've tried to add a [share2] in the smb.conf and changed the path to /media/myexternaldrive, then I set the ownership to nobody.nogroup, but it still doesn't work. I even tried chmod 777 and 755 on the entire drive, still no luck. So master, teach me!

  2. you dont acctually have to login as root, you can just type in "sudo" in front of the command you want to run..
    say you want to install the text editor gedit.. you would type:
    sudo apt-get install gedit
    when you type "sudo" the server will think you are logged in as root 🙂 im not very good at explaining these types of things but i hope you understand 🙂

  3. Ok so I'm really glad you provided this tutorial, but when you run sudo chown nobody.nogroup, it locks the host computer out of the folder so change nobody to the host computer's username for you in this case dan. That'll fix the access issue

  4. This totally works… I have my MediaPortal HTPC setup to even add files from my Linux box through Samba shares… very surprised it worked that easily. So I have Plex running for all my mobile needs and MediaPortal for when I'm home… Perfect Media setup for me.

  5. Great tutorial for some reason I didn't have to enter a username or password when opening the share folder in Windows 7, I don't know why maybe there is something I have turned off or on… lol But great tutorial….

    How do you make it so that a windows user can modify files created by a ubuntu user??? peace of mind, don't want to do it….

    Thanks again

  6. Very good tutorial, but I only got connected as anonymous, and had to map the share folder through the Win command prompt, as shown bellow:

    c> net use U: \ /P:Yes

    I'm not sure that it is due to my Vista version (Home Premium), that does not enable me to join a domain, or if I did another mistake.

    Could help me a bit more?

  7. I just did this on my Ubuntu 14.04 virtual machine, connecting to my Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate. It worked.
    I had previously disabled the network connections to VMWare, because they were interfering with printing(across the workgroup I was in). Re-enabling fixed this.
    Good tutorial; I recommend it.

  8. What if you can't see the Linux machine in windows to begin with?  For what ever reason I cannot even begin to see the Linux machine in the network to even brows it.  Every tutorial is showing how to share folders but not getting the machine to be visible.
    I am running:
    Windows 7 64bit (main)
    Linux Mint 17 (server)

  9. Will this also work from linux to linux. I'm trying to set up an old computer with linux so when people come over we can all share files through the old computer instead of someone forgetting a usb flash drive but i have linux on my newer computer and almost everyone else has windows.

  10. This is a great video I've been trying to get this to work for the past week and researching online with no luck until I stumbled across your video and got it working in a couple minutes thanks a lot for posting this XD

  11. Dear sir ,
    thanks for all videos courses.
    How can i get this ubuntu os file. when i download it from internet , no intrface like this , mean that , ubuntu utility . i dont like , i like this
    can you help me ?

  12. I have been trying for days to get this to work. and with using a combination of completely purging the Installation and all files associated with it, and the first 5 mins of your Video, I have a perfectly running Share Drive on my Ubuntu using an External Hard Drive. You are amazing, thank you for this!

  13. Well I have gone through the exercise 3 times to no avail. Cant see the files on my win 10 machine from my Linux Mint 18.3 machine. Very frustrating to go through a tutorial like this to get nowhere except getting to know the command line better, which is a plus! Now where do I go?

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