glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Tue Jan 19 00:32:32 UTC 2010
On 01/18/2010 08:10 AM, Michael Satterwhite wrote:
> I'm looking for methods of configuring Samba in 9.10. I know how to edit the
> configuration file - that's not the issue. I'm trying to help a couple of new
> Linux users learn how to configure their home networks without having to become
> Swat doesn't seem to be supported anymore. That would have been my first
> recommendation to them - although the setup for it can be a bit daunting. The
> Ubuntu website says that from Nautilus you can right click a directory and
> select "Sharing" The problem is that "Sharing" isn't one of the options
> available when you right click a directory.
> I really need to point them at a gui tool for this. Any suggestions?
What _specifically_ do they need to configure? In all instances of 9.10
that I've installed sharing a folder is a simple as doing it in Win(x),
right click the folder, select 'Properties', click 'Share' & go from there.
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