It's simple samba configuration for file sharing throw linux to windows,
You shound be the root user for install and configure samba in linux machine.
Here i used RedHat Enterprise Linux 5
Step 1 : Open terminal window, use command yum install samba* for install samba,
Step 2 : After install successfully open /etc/samba/smb.conf, in terminal
"#vim /etc/samba/smb.conf" and hit enter,
Step 3 : Find line "workgroup = MYGROUP", Change MYGROUP as your wish.
* It's importent in printer sharing.
Step 4 : After that move to end of the file line,
Step 5 : Add following things,
[myshare] # share name
comment = share's stuff # just comment for share
path = /mnt/share # location of directory for share
valid users = user # user for share (Should be user in system)
public = no # Public access, Local access without pass
writable = no # For file
browsable = yes # For browse file
printable = no # For printer
hosts allow = 192.168.0. # Which network should access share
Step 6 : Samba user creation / We can set different password for local system user and samba user.
#smbpasswd -a user [Type and hit enter, and give password for user]
Step 7 : That's all. You made it. Now want to start samba service.
#service smb start
#chkconfig smb on
Step 8 : Open you windows machine, open run window, Hit //[ip of linux machine]
Step 9 : It'll ask user name and password, use your samba user name and password for login. That's all.
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