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    Samba on Docker not writing to external HDD.

    Hi, I've just built my new Home Assistant / Shinobi CCTV / Jellyfin server and it's running Debian 10. To easily access the media files / security footage, which are stored on a 3TB hard drive separate from the NVMe boot SSD I'd want to set up some samba shares, so i found a promising docker...
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    Need Help with Samba permissions on sub directories.

    Hi I am still quite new to Linux, I have an HP micro server with an SSD and 4 drives. This used to be a windows server until it caught a power spike and fried the old SSD. I decided I needed a change in my life and want to get better at Linux. So I installed Ubuntu server 18.04 and slapped a...
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    Is 'active (exited) Since <date> 2 minutes ago' a correct status for SAMBA?

    Hey I am new to linux, and I just set up openmediavault distro. It's a distro with FTP server, web server, SAMBA server.... It's in my old PC, I can ping it from windows pc, I can ping windows PC from that. I can access it trough HTTP (port 80), the web panel. I can also connect to it by SFTP...
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    Samba Server and Remote Server Administration

    Hi there! I have a Centos 7 with Samba installed on it, and I need to access the samba server remotely, but I don't want to use SSH. The reason to avoid connecting to my samba server over SSH (from my understanding), is that then every Client (Windows, Linux or Mac) will need to use the SSH...
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    Sharing folders in Fedora-Server

    I have recently moved from Windows to Linux for all my machines. Everything has been smooth sailing and I love, just Love Fedora. Was a hater of Gnome for years... but have been converted. I have setup gnome perfectly and will probably not use anything else desktop wise for a while. New to...
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    Can't run samba

    I an unable to run samba. I am getting following error: Job for smb.service failed because the control process exited with error code. See "systemctl status smb.service" and "journalctl -xe" for details. $ systemctl status smb.service ● smb.service - Samba SMB Daemon Loaded: loaded...
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