Install Samba on Ubuntu 16.04
Install Samba on your Ubuntu desktop or server.
If you have Windows and Linux based computers on your network, having Samba installed makes transferring files between the two systems easy without having to use FTP, USB, or other file transfer methods.
Commands used in this video are below:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install samba -y cd /etc/samba/ sudo vi smb.conf
You'll edit the configuration file as described in the video.
sudo mkdir -p /srv/samba/video sudo chown nobody:nogroup /srv/samba/video sudo systemctl restart smbd.service nmbd.service
Created the first folder
cd /srv/samba/video ls
The myfirstfolder should be shown.
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