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  1. I use Samba on a CentOS 6 server to share files between Windows, Linux and Mac clients. Guest access is allowed to all folders, but is read only, and there are several Samba accounts for writing files to the shares. The purpose of this tutorial is to document, roughly, what my configuration was to set up Samba for sharing a couple of folders on the local network in this way. Install Samba # yum install samba # service smb start # service nmb start # chkconfig nmb on # chkconfig smb on Create the sharing directories (In my actual setup, I have used /etc/fstab to mount th
  2. Hello all. I am recently returning to Linux after about a 10 year absence. I have not kept up with development except through various articles. Here is my plight. I have searched and there are really no topics that actually fit what I am looking for. And google seems to bring me here time and time again. I dont want a dedicated NAS OS. I want to be able to do other things with the system on occasion, not continuous, i.e. development, etc. I am looking to set up a home NAS/media/file/backup server. I am not really asking for Distro advice as I am going to use CentOS. I am running
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