On Sat, 07 Oct 2006 14:11:14 +0100, David Gillen. <belial at redbrick.dcu.ie>
> I just recently setup a machine here with fairly barebones ubuntu and a
> HDD. Plan to use it as general network storage on my predominately
> path = /data/
> guest ok = yes
> case sensitive = no
> msdfs proxy = no
> invalid users =
> guest only = yes
>> Is the block from my /etc/samba/smb.conf file, this was created via the
> system settings interface. Now I can see the computer on my windows
So samba is working.
> However when I try to access it prompts for a login. Trying various user
> and password variations of nothing at all, my own login to the unix box,
> 'nobody' as the user name all fail.
You have not created any user accounts yet :
# smbpasswd -a user1
Try again. Not sure if you need to reload samba first though, likely not.
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