Setting Up Linux SAMBA server and configuration CentOS 6.2
In this lab we will set up a Linux SAMBA server and configure it for access from both Linux and Windows clients. Dealing with CentOS 6.2 & Vmware.
Boot your Windows client and DC. If you are using VMware Workstation: Copy the VMware CentOS 6.2 image from the classroom computer to your external hard drive. Open it in VMWare Workstation (File -> Open -> browse to location where you copied the files). The root password for this VM is pa$$w0rd. If you are using the Sandbox, set up a new VM in the same vApp as your Windows Server 2008 domain controller. Install a new CentOS VM from the CentOS DVD images. Make the root password pa$$w0rd.
& the we Setup this machine up as a SAMBA server.
It Should Be Noted Where In: /etc/samba/smb.conf should change “fots” with their <username>:
map archive = no
change notify = yes
comment = <username> Files
path = /home/<username>
guest ok = no
browseable = yes
writable = yes
create mask = 0664
directory mask = 0775
Also make sure your VM is using a ‘bridged’ connection instead of NAT. This will ensure the VM is connected to the same network as the hostOS.
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