ubuntu-us-tn Sharing Ubuntu files with Windows XP machine
wcthomas at chartertn.net
Sun Nov 12 22:32:57 GMT 2006
Thanks so much for the quick reply.
Do you mean a terminal on the Linux box or a terminal on the XP box??
I assume you mean on the Linux box.
Wife is calling for supper so will try in a bit and let you know.
I guess you've already figured out that I'm pretty much a novice at this stuff.
I got pretty comfortable with Unix on a Sun system at work about 15 years
ago but it has been over 10 years since I've used a unix type system.
I am using Ubuntu and EMC2 to operate a small CNC mill and I am having to
jump in to what is sometimes a little over my head. Good news is when I
screw up there is little harm done!
maybe a broken tool or a slightly smaller piece of scrap aluminum.
At 05:12 PM 11/12/2006, you wrote:
>Try typing (in a terminal) "sudo smbpasswd -a" and then your username. It
>should ask you for your password, and this has worked for me in the past
>to enable users on my Ubuntu machines. You may also have to add your home
>folder to the list of "shared" folders (found within the "Administration"
>menu under "System." Let me know if this helps.
>On 11/12/06, Cecil Thomas <<mailto:wcthomas at chartertn.net>
>wcthomas at chartertn.net> wrote:
>>I am trying to share files on my Ubuntu machine in my shop with my windows
>>xp-home machine in the house over a local network.
>>I have installed Samba on the Ubuntu machine.
>>I can see and use the files on my windows machine from the Ubuntu machine.
>>I can see the Ubuntu machine on my local domain from the windows machine but
>> when I click on the Ubuntu machine from the Windows machine I get a login
>>window asking for user and password.
>>None of my usual names or password combinations works and I can't find a
>>place in Ubuntu or Samba to set the user and password for access.
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