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Samba smb.conf  - valid users = @public  where is this "@public" file so I can edit it?

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Mate (uncontactable at the mo) put together this, I wasnt around for a lot of it.

Anyway ......... where can I find this misterious file?

He mentioned there was a passwords file that I can edit for samba.

Lost on this I am.

Help please

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Its on Fedora 14
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File should be

/etc/samba/smb.conf
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What you want to see is Samba shares.  Those are located at the bottom of Samba /etc/samba/smb.conf file.

This directory also contains smbusers file
The complete path is /etc/samba/smbusers

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