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Hello-
I need to understand how to create a SAMBA share in a Linux/Windows environment.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
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Which Linux distro and version?
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Red hat/Fedora Core latest version.
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Is there a particular reason you are running Fedora on what sounds like a production server?  Are you doing upstream RHEL development or something?
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That is correct. Also allowing Linux users to share files & resources with other Windows users in a Win2K8 domain.
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Ah ok just checking.  I haven't touched Fedora in like 10 years, hopefully someone else can assist.
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Very helpful!
Can you point me in the right direction on how to setup and configure a Fedora Core latest version on a new server?
Where to download and the step by step instructions?
Thanks again.
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so do you want to setup a fedora server ?

I thought you only needed help with samba
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