"The goal of this tutorial is to show you how to set up
a public share on your Samba server that can be used by everyone on
your network with all rights. This will enable everyone on a
Windows machine to access this without a password. Of course, this
has security implications but it is a good way to get something
working. The next article will show you how to create a share for
one user in which that one user is the only one who can access the
"1. Install Samba
yum install samba samba-client samba-common
chkconfig – -level 35 smb on
service smb start
"2. Create a New smb.conf file
"First, change the default smb.conf file to a backup copy, and
then create a whole new one.
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