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non root user sharing dir under samba server?

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how a non root user will be able to share the directory or file under linux samba server ?
like in windows xp .
does he need write permission on smb.conf file??
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This needs to be set up by the administrator of the system because yes, there are some changes to be made to the smb.conf file.
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