michael at weblore.com
Tue Jan 19 14:42:35 UTC 2010
While I see what's there, I've attached a picture of what I'm seeing. You'll
note there is no "Sharing" option. The machine this is running on has Samba
installed and running - in fact, there were Windows machines attached to
folders on the machine while I took this screenshot.
What do I need to do to get Nautilus to show me the sharing option?
Here's what I'm seeing
On Monday 18 January 2010 02:40:52 pm Donatas Fetingis wrote:
> On Ubuntu 9.10 by default You have the option by right clicking on
> folder "Sharing Options"
> While i've double-checked that there is no samba in /etc/init.d
> direcotry by default.
> So you have to install. Also when trying to share in gnome GUI, the
> pop-up window opens asking to install or not the service.
> On 2010.01.18 22:25, Andrew Kane wrote:
> > On Mon, Jan 18, 2010 at 8:10 AM, Michael Satterwhite
> > <michael at weblore.com> wrote:
> >> I'm looking for methods of configuring Samba in 9.10.
> > ...
> >> 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.
> > If the "Sharing" menu op
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