I have correctly installed Samba 4 on my Centos 6 server. Windows pcs join correctly the domain and users have their roaming profiles working good. In our office we also have some Linux workstations with Fedora 18 joined to the Samba 4 AD Domain.
Hello everybody i hope some one could help me regarding samba.. i am running a FC13 acting as a samba server & an IP of 192.168.0.3.. I have already installed samba from the fedora core repo.. I can see my samba server on my winxp client.. but everytime i tried to access the samba share a windows message appears
The samba 4.0 has finally been released.I was reading its features at https://www.samba.org/samba/news/releases/4.0.0.html .One thing which is confusing me is (as the release says ).
"Samba 4.0 provides everything needed to serve as an Active Directory Compatible Domain Controller for all versions of Microsoft Windows clients currently supported by Microsoft, including the recently rele
The Samba development team, through Jeremy Allison, proudly announced a few minutes ago (December 11, 2012) that the final and stable release of the highly anticipated Samba 4.0 authentication and print server suite for Microsoft Windows clients is now available for download. After 10 years of hard work, the Samba 4.0 software is the first free ... (read more)
I just set up a samba server on my F17 so I can share files with my Virt Machine running WinXP. I've set up a share foler (/home/samba) for samba to use rather than a partition. Now when I go to windows xp and try to map a drive letter, I type \\<myip>\MyFiles and it says that the network path could not be found.
I'm very new to networking so I'm not quite sure which IP to use.
Trying to setup a Fedora 11 samba server. Instructions I find all talk about a menu pick called "server settings". Cant find that! I have turned on SAMBA, SAMBA Client and SAMBA conf tool in the Add Software GUI. Can anyone point me to instructions relevent to Fedora11 & SAMBA ? Sorry, I'm not very good at the command line except to copy/paste - edit as instructed.