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  • User Home Folders - Samba
    Using Samba, you can share the directories to enable network users to store own files on their home folder on the file server This documentation does not use the Samba built-in [homes] section that dynamically shares the user's home directory using the \\server\ user_name \ path
  • linux - Samba - mount - user permission - Stack Overflow
    You may be able to get help on Super User " – laalto, Andrew Medico, Yu Hao – laalto, Andrew Medico, Yu Hao If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center , please edit the question
  • filesystems - Best way to mount remote folder - Unix . . .
    Best way to mount remote folder Ask Question The permissions should provide your regular user account with read write access # ls -l dev fuse The output might be something like one of the following: Mounting NTFS drive or folder as a Samba share on Raspbian Jessie 2
  • Sending files over Samba with command line - Unix Linux . . .
    $ smbclient server share -c 'cd c: remote path ; put local-file' There are many flags, such as -U to allow the remote user name to be different from the local one On systems that split Samba into multiple binary packages, you may have the Samba servers installed yet still be missing smbclient
  • command line - Using ls and cd comands on network folders . . .
    Super-new linux terminal user here- Is it possible to use ls and cd comands directly on directories within a public folder on a NAS, or does the share need to me mounted within the root directory Ubuntu
  • linux - Is there a way to do a remote ls much like scp . . .
    Is there a way to do a remote "ls" much like "scp" does a remote copy in a standard linux shell? Stack Exchange Network Stack Exchange network consists of 174 Q A communities including Stack Overflow , the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers
  • samba - How do I set permissions on a network-shared . . .
    I used system-config-samba to expose a folder on the network with no user authentication But I got permission failures, so I used chmod 666 shared_folder When I go to \\computername from a different computer (Windows), I see the Shared directory
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    The shell (bash) does not use unique resource locators (URLs) In addition to other answers that tell you how to mount samba shares manually, if you can access it with the file manager, it has already been mounted using gvfs

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