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How to configure Samba shares under the Centos Linux server distribution...
Fortunately, there is a GUI tool for just about everything. This too goes for configuring Samba. In the CentOS distribution, the task of administering Samba shares is handled by system-config-samba. This tool is easy to use, but must be run as the root user. If you do not have access to the root user, you will have no luck starting the tool. But with that coveted root user password you can start up the Samba admin tool with the command system-config-samba.
 read more | mail this link | score:8321 | -Ray, December 15, 2010
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