Posts Tagged ‘samba’

BeagleBoard XM Powered File Server Using Ubuntu

BeagleBoard XM Powered File Server Using Ubuntu

Single Board computers like Raspberry pi and BeagleBoard have found wide range of applications among DIYers. This post tells you how to install Ubuntu headless server on a BeagleBoard single board computer and then configure it as a File Server using Samba (almost like a NAS). BeagleBoard XM is an OMAP3 board and works...

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Mount / Open Windows Shares Locally on Ubuntu 11.04 or 10.10

Mount / Open Windows Shares Locally on Ubuntu 11.04 or 10.10

One can open and view shared files and folders from computers running Windows from within Linux (e.g. Ubuntu Natty Narwhal or Maverick Meerkat or any older version) by merely typing the host name or ip of the Windows machine in the location bar of the nautilus or equivalent file browser smb://host_name_or_ip/sharename/ After you press...

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Enable Samba Server in Ubuntu 10.10 (or 10.04)

Enable Samba Server in Ubuntu 10.10 (or 10.04)

Samba server provides a simple and convenient way of sharing files between your Linux machine and your Windows network. You can use tasksel to install samba without much fuss, if you haven’t installed tasksel already, go ahead and install it by doing sudo apt-get install tasksel Now launch it sudo tasksel use arrow keys...

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