How To Configure Samba Server In Linux

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In This Tutorial We Are Going To Learn How To Configure Samba Server In Linux It Is Very Simple To Configure Samba Server In Linux Just Follow These Simple Steps


Step-1 Firstly Before Configuring The Samba Server You Must have Configured Yum Server In Your Linux Machine Because Without Configure Yum Server You Could Not Configured Any Other Server


Step-2 If You Don’t Know how to configure yum server By Scrolling Down See The Link Of Yum server And See How to Configure Yum server


Step-3 Now How To configure Samba Server In linux

Here Is The Command Of Configuring Samba Server In Linux

Firstly login with The Root In Linux

#yum install samba* -y
#useradd hacking {Here We Have To Add The User}
#passwd hacking {Here We Have To Give The Passwd Of User}
#mkdir /data {For Creating Folder}
#chmod -R 777 /data
#vim /etc/samba/smb.conf {We Have To Do Some Configuration After Running This Command By Scrolling Down The Page And See The Configuration In Video}
#service smb restart
#chkconfig smb on
#iptables -F {To Turn Off The Firewall Of linux}
#setenforce 0
#smbpasswd -a hacking {Now Give The Password}

Now Our Portion Of Configuring Linux Is complete Now Go To System And Connect With The Samba Server Whih We Made In Linux

Step-4 Firstly Open The Run Pannel In Desktop And Give The Ip Add Of Your Linux Machine

Then Login With Samba User Wich We Made In Linux

Step-5 Now Go To The Data Folder In System And Create Text File

Step-6 Now Go To The Linux system And Check The data Folder Here You Can See The File which We Made In system It Is Automaticaly See In The Linux Machine

Now How To Check The File Which We Created In System It Is Shown In Linux Machine Or Not


Here Is The Command To Check The File

#cd /data {For Going Inside The Data Folder }
#ls {For Check The File Is Created Or Not}


Here You Can Check How To Configure Yum server in Linux By Clicking This Link

Fore More Information Or You Can Check In Detail How We Do This Configuration Practically Then See This Video


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