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Adding a user to SAMBA
We do it in two steps
1) add the user to the server LINUX / UNIX using the command useradd / adduser
2) The same user can be added to the samba server using the smbpasswd command.
Step 1 Add the user to Linux / Unix
Add the command line in the user's shell configuration file /etc/adduser.conf.
We can do this by using useradd
Enter the command line command
Step 2 Add the user to the samba
New user connecting to the server to get to the Samba server must wear an additional password.
Add the password with the command:
#smbpasswd s karol
Step 3 Add the user to the shared Samba
By default, a newly established user has access to your home folder / home / charles.
If karol wants to have access to another foldru eg / data / accounts which is provided by the server SAMBA should he add such access.
Open the file /etc/samba/smb.conf and modify access to your account.
comment = Accounts data directory
path = / data / accounts
valid users = kinia test karol
public = no
writable = yes
After making the changes save the file
Step 4 restart samba server.
perform this command
#service smb restart
# /etc/init.d/smb Reload
From this point the user can log on to the SAMBA server to shared resources