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Samba share permissions simplified

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Samba software, is a free, open source implementation of networking protocols to share files between UNIX/Linux and Windows computers.

There are many ways to set permissions to your Samba shares and improve security. This article will cover some of the basic permissions and permission precedence with examples.
 read more | score:6531 | -nixcraft, January 17, 2007
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