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How To Permanently Map A Network Share Onto Ubuntu And Linux Mint
In this video, I briefly show you how to edit /etc/fstab file to permanently mount a network share on Ubuntu 13.4 and Linux Mint 15. I think this very method is also working for few older versions of Ubuntu and Linux Mint. Enjoy!!! After you followed my tutorial exactly, but after you tried the command [mount -a], without square brackets of course, but you saw error such as wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on... it means that you have to install cifs-utils before you can mount the network share as cifs file system type. To install cifs-utils, just use the apt-get or aptitude package manager to do so. The command is like this, [aptitude install cifs-utils], without the square brackets of course.
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How to Mount a Remote Folder in Ubuntu
Follow this step by step tutorial to learn how to mount and un-mount different folders in Ubuntu by using the shared directory. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ In this tutorial, we will show you how to mount a remote folder in Ubuntu. For this tutorial we will be using the application named Samba, which helps to create shared folders in the Linux environment. The newer versions of Ubuntu come with this mount remote drive installed by default. For this tutorial, we will assume that you have the package already installed in the Linux environment. Step 1 -- Type in the search box To get started, click on the Dash which is located on the top left corner of the screen, and in the search box type: smb:// Over here you can also open any remote folder with the help of the computer name. Step 2 -- Open shared directory With that done, let's open up any shared directory over here. For example open up "Users". Step 3 -- Enter password Once done, you will be required to give the password for the shared folder and then click on Connect. Step 4 -- View the "Users" folder With that done you can see the "Users" folder is mounted in the left pane under the Network section. Step 5 -- Bookmark the folder You can also bookmark this mounted folder by right clicking on the folder and choosing the "Add Bookmark" option. Step 6 -- View the folder Let's close and reopen the Home Window Again and in the left pane you can now see that the folder is located under the Bookmark section. Step 7 -- Remove the folder You can also remove that folder by simply right clicking on it and then pressing remove. Step 8 -- Un-mount the folder If you want to un- mount the remote folder, simply do so by right clicking on it and choosing the "Unmount" option. Step 9 -- Re-open the "Home" folder If you close and re-open the "Home" folder once more, you can see that the mounted folder has been removed. This process is not possible without the mount remote drive that is the Samba application. Therefore make sure you have it before starting.
How to mount SMB/CIFS Window share on CentOS 7 and Resovle the mount.cifs Remote I/O error
Hi viewer In this tutorial I'll show you how to mount window CIFS share on CentOS 7and How to add in fstab also show you how to resolve the mount.cifs Remote I/O error
Views: 5397 KnowITFree
cifs or samba
This video demonstartes how share files across windows to linux machines
Views: 3655 Mukunda Rao
05   SMB and CIFS
description about basic SMB and CIFS smb protocol, smb linux, smb securities, cifs vs nfs, cifs vs smb, cifs linux, cifs ubuntu, cifs mount, cifs manager, fstab cifs, nfs cifs
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Configure NFS & CIFS Shares using NetApp Storage
Prerequisites Building your own virtual network with using Vmware Windows Server 2012 R2 with running DNS and AD NetApp storage appliance with Data On Tap Operating System (use a Virtual Simulator) Windows 8.1 Client Linux/Unix Client (lubuntu) Purpose This is a NET APP tutorial that shows you how to configure Network File System and Common Internet File System inside a network and shows you how to access and use shares from Windows and Linux/Unix based clients. Notes Make sure all the nodes in your network can communicate each other. Enable all ICMP traffic inside your Domain. Install necessary software for Linux Client (nfs-common package). Use the default NETBIOS name for the Domain. Useful Linux Commands Root terminal # sudo -s Install nfs-common # sudo apt-get install nfs-common Show available NFS Exports for the Network # showmount -e (IP address of the NetApp Storage) Mount Export # mount IP:/Source(NetApp) Destination(Linux Client Folder)
Views: 29191 Kasun Hapuarachchi
How to Share File in Linux
You can share files in Linux through the Samba tool but for that you have to first create a folder which will contain your shared files. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to share a file in Linux. Files can't be shared independently; rather we have to create folders that can be shared on a network. So over here, we will first create a folder and then place the files that we want to share, in it. To learn how the process of file sharing on Linux follow the steps given below. Step 1 -- Search for the Samba tool For this tutorial, we will be using the Samba tool, as it provides networking services in Linux environments such as file and printer sharing. For that, click on the Dash, write Samba in the Search Bar and click on the samba icon that will appear below the search bar. Step 2 -- Select the Plus icon With that done, the Samba Server configuration window will open up. Over here, click on the Plus Icon located on the top. Step 3 -- Search for the folder Now, the "Create Samba share" window will open up in which you have to specify the folder for sharing. Here, let's click on the Browse Button, click On the File System, and then go to the var folder. Step 4 -- Select the Create Folder button With that done, move to the library folder and open up the samba folder. When the samba folder window opens up, click on the Create Folder button which is located on the top right corner of the window. Now type the name of the folder which you want to use and then click on Ok. Step 5 -- Set the properties of the folder Now Choose the Visible option to make your folder visible on the network and choose the Writeable option as well if you want users to access and change your files across the network. Step 6 -- Set accessibility With that done, move over to the Access tab and over here, you can specify the access rights of users. Here we will choose the "Allow access to everyone" option and click on OK. Step 7 -- Place the files in the folder Now navigate to the shared folder location again, and over here place your files which you want to share. Now, you process of file sharing on Linux is complete, you can view your shared files and folder through the steps given below. Step 8 -- Type command in search bar In the search bar, let's type smb:// and hit enter. Step 9 -- View shared files With that done, our files will be displayed on that window which means that we have successfully shared the files across a network. From the above steps you can learn how to share a file in Linux.
Easy way to Mount Partition Automatically on Start Up in Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail
This video shown you how to mount partition (NTFS,Ext2,Ext3,Ext4) automatically on start Up in Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail Follow and Subscribe: -------------------------------------------------- Website : http://linuxscoop.com Youtube : http://youtube.com/user/linuxscoop Google Plus : http://plus.google.com/+LinuxScoop Facebook : http://facebook.com/linuxscoop Twitter : http://twitter.com/linuxscoop Linkedin : http://linkedin.com/company/linuxscoop
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Method 2: How to Auto Mount a Hard Drive in Linux
In this video I show you the step by step process of using UUID "Universally Unique Identifier" to auto mount your internal or external hard drives in Linux. Terminal Commands: sudo blkid - lists all of your drives UUID's cat /proc/mounts - lists all of the mounts and mount options of your partitions Appreciate what I do? Grab me a coffee! http://goo.gl/wmHh4 Twitter: http://twitter.com/OhHeyItsLou Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OhHeyItsLou Google+: google.com/+LouRizzo Blogger: http://ohheyitslou.blogspot.com IRC: Freenode #ohheyitslou Steam: IDIefiant
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MiSTer (FPGA) Bash script for mounting a CIFS network share with MiSTer
MiSTer (FPGA) Script for mounting a CIFS network share by Locutus73 Run the script from MiSTer OSD Script: mount_cifs.sh Version 1.1.1 - 2019.01.03 Script Github: https://github.com/MiSTer-devel/CIFS_MiSTer I used a freshly created MiSTer SD. The only folder I kept on the SD card was the config folder. The rest was running from my NAS (N5810PRO) MiSTer connected via Ethernet cable. MiSTer Data on NAS: 71.0 GB In this video, I Mounted my NAS from the MiSTer, launched the Amiga core, and loaded two iso files. Folders mounted on my NAS. LOCAL_DIR="_Arcade _Computer _Console _Utility bootrom Filters Amiga Amstrad ao486 Apogee Apple-II Aquarius Archie Astrocade Atari2600 Atari5200 Atari800 BBCMicro BK0011M C16 C64 CO2650 Coleco FXCAST Gameboy GBA Genesis Jupiter MacPlus MSX NES Odyssey2 Orao PDP1 PET2001 QL SamCoupe SharpMZ SMS SNES Spectrum SPMX TGFX16 TI-99_4A TSConf Vector06 Vectrex VIC20 X68000 ZX81" Sorgelig's MiSTer Cores: https://github.com/MiSTer-devel Mister FPGA Wiki Project: https://github.com/MiSTer-devel/Main_MiSTer/wiki Mister Forum discussion: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewforum.php?f=117 MiSTer Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1870135613286506/ The video clip was captured and uploaded by AVerMedia Game Capture HD II. #MiSTerFPGA
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Mod-03 Lec-10 NFSv2, NFSv3, NFSv4, CIFS
Storage Systems by Dr. K. Gopinath,Department of Computer Science and Engineering,IISc Bangalore.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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How to Share Folder Between Windows to Ubuntu - Step by Step Guide
Hello Everyone, Welcome back to Learnetix. Today we will see how to share folder between Windows and Ubuntu step by step. In Window Host:- 1. Create a folder "nandan" -- Window 2. Right Click on "nandan" -- Properties -- sharing -- Advance Sharing 3. Check option "share this folder" - permission -remove Group or Username "Everyone". 4. Add User - select your user account from List 5. Check Full Control,Read,Change 6. Applu- Ok - Exit 7. open cmd - ipconfig - copy ipv4 for Wireless lan Adapter incase if you are using WIFI ---------------- In Ubuntu VM :- 1. Open terminal.. 2. become root $sudo su- 3. apt-cache search cifs 4. if cifs utils not present then install $ sudo apt-get install cifs-utils 5. df -h 6. $sudo mkdir /media/test 7. $sudo mount.cifs-o username= window_username //window_ip_address/window_share_folder_name /media/test If you are getting any issue , please comment down. NOTE:- PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE MY CHANNEL. COMMENT DOWN AND SHARE WITH OTHERS. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Apache Pig Tutorial | 1. Introduction to Apache Pig | Hadoop Pig Tutorial For Beginners" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXAuNhho5do -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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What is Docker Volume | How to create  Volumes | What is Bind Mount | Docker Storage
Today we will learn: 1. What are Volumes 2. How to create / list / delete volumes 3. How to attach volume to a container 4. How to share volume among containers 5. What are bind mounts Volumes are the preferred mechanism for persisting data generated by and used by Docker containers : docker volume //get information : docker volume create : docker volume ls : docker volume inspect : docker volume rm : docker volume prune Use of Volumes =========== Decoupling container from storage Share volume (storage/data) among different containers Attach volume to container On deleting container volume does not delete Commands docker run --name MyJenkins1 -v myvol1:/var/jenkins_home -p 8080:8080 -p 50000:50000 jenkins docker run --name MyJenkins2 -v myvol1:/var/jenkins_home -p 9090:8080 -p 60000:50000 jenkins ocker run --name MyJenkins3 -v /Users/raghav/Desktop/Jenkins_Home:/var/jenkins_home -p 9191:8080 -p 40000:50000 jenkins References https://hub.docker.com/_/jenkins/ https://docs.docker.com/storage/volumes/ NOTES By default all files created inside a container are stored on a writable container layer The data doesn’t persist when that container is no longer running A container’s writable layer is tightly coupled to the host machine where the container is running. You can’t easily move the data somewhere else. Docker has two options for containers to store files in the host machine so that the files are persisted even after the container stops VOLUMES and BIND MOUNTS Volumes are stored in a part of the host filesystem which is managed by Docker Non-Docker processes should not modify this part of the filesystem Bind mounts may be stored anywhere on the host system Non-Docker processes on the Docker host or a Docker container can modify them at any time In Bind Mounts, the file or directory is referenced by its full path on the host machine.  Volumes are the best way to persist data in Docker volumes are managed by Docker and are isolated from the core functionality of the host machine A given volume can be mounted into multiple containers simultaneously. When no running container is using a volume, the volume is still available to Docker and is not removed automatically. You can remove unused volumes using docker volume prune. When you mount a volume, it may be named or anonymous.  Anonymous volumes are not given an explicit name when they are first mounted into a container Volumes also support the use of volume drivers, which allow you to store your data on remote hosts or cloud providers, among other possibilities. #DockerVolume #DockerBindMount #DockerContainers #DockerTutorials #DockerTraining #DevOpsTools #DevOpsTraining #DockerCommands #DockerForBeginners #DockerFreeTutorials #DockerforDevOps DOCKER PLAYLIST https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhW3qG5bs-L99pQsZ74f-LC-tOEsBp2rK YOUTUBE PLAYLIST https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTt7pyY-o0eltq14glaG5dg/playlists YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/automationstepbystep FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/automationstepbystep TWITTER https://twitter.com/automationsbs If you like videos on the channel Automation Step by Step, hit the like button and share with others. Click the SUBSCRIBE button and hit the bell icon to keep getting new videos. ________ ONLINE COURSES TO LEARN ________ Visit - http://automationstepbystep.com/ ------------ Follow ------------ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/automationstepbystep Twitter - https://twitter.com/automationsbs Youtube - http://youtube.com/automationstepbystep
Docker Container Tutorial #10 Handling Volumes
In the 10th Docker container tutorial Peter demonstrates how to mount volumes and persist data in a Docker container This tutorial is part of the Docker containers for beginners course from How To Code Well. Get the whole course here: http://howtocodewell.net/courses/docker-for-beginners Want to learn more about Docker? Peter Fisher is the author of Docker In Motion. This interactive online course will teach you the fundamentals of Docker http://howtocodewell.net/courses/docker-in-motion Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/howToCodeWell Learn more about Docker with these study books and video courses ========================================= Docker In Motion: http://bit.ly/2vvz2sA (My Course) Docker In Action http://bit.ly/2wxiDTq Microservices in Action http://bit.ly/2xIi4oh Kubernetes in Action http://bit.ly/2x44s9Y Other docker tutorials ---------------------------------------- Docker Tutorial #1 Containers Vs Images: https://youtu.be/PbiYll21Jxg Docker Tutorial #2 Containers Vs Images: https://youtu.be/PbiYll21Jxg Docker Tutorial #3 Making Changes To Docker Images: https://youtu.be/svs-_9SAYz0 Docker Tutorial #4 Container Names & Container Tips: https://youtu.be/bDB4IfJ31HY Docker Tutorial #5 Searching for Docker images: https://youtu.be/bDB4IfJ31HY Docker Tutorial #6 Docker Container Users: https://youtu.be/qUYSX7AyxQk ==== JOIN DISCORD AND SUPPORT THE CHANNEL ==== Patron: http://bit.ly/2hmVKwX ======== WE HAVE A SHOP ======== How To Code Well Shop: http://howtocodewell.net/shop ======== RECOMMENDED PROGRAMMING RESOURCES ======== Manning programming books and courses: http://bit.ly/2BIrExp ======== MY PROGRAMMING COURSES ======== Docker in Motion: http://bit.ly/2vvz2sA Skillshare courses: http://skl.sh/2gI33M5 Udemy courses: http://bit.ly/2iGhvIE ======== WEB HOSTING DEALS ======== Cloudways: http://bit.ly/2CKb79b = 20% off first 6 months Digital Ocean: https://m.do.co/c/9d4641c62263 = $10 off Linode: http://bit.ly/2CmoNq3 ======== SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWSLETTER ======== Join the Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2fPlG3v ======== FOLLOW ME ======== Blog: http://peterfisher.me.uk Facebook: http://facebook.com/howtocodewell/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/howtocodewell/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/howToCodeWell Pintrest: http://pinterest.co.uk/howtocodewell/ Twitch: http://twitch.tv/howtocodewell ======== MY TALKS ======== How to put your Docker image on a diet: http://bit.ly/2y5KMly ======== SUPPORT THE CHANNEL ======== Become a Patron: http://bit.ly/2hmVKwX Donate: https://www.paypal.me/howToCodeWell Help translate the videos: http://bit.ly/2iEyxXB ======== VIDEO SETUP ======== Nikon D5300 Camera: http://amzn.to/2u5jreD Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 http://amzn.to/2C5NNVJ CRAPHY Photography Studio Lights: http://amzn.to/2BThzOc Rode Procaster Microphone: http://amzn.to/2sH2WJ1 Rode VideoMic Pro: http://amzn.to/2vmNF0D Zoom H4NPro: http://amzn.to/2kZrrvo #docker #devops #howtocodewell
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NFS Sharing Demonstration
This video will look at how to use the NFS server and client features in Windows as well as a quick look at Ubuntu. There is a lot to NFS and this video just covers the basics. Check out http://YouTube.com/ITFreeTraining or http://itfreetraining.com for more of our always free training videos. Demonstration 0:25 – We will now take a look at my computer running Windows Server 2012 R2. 0:32 – First we will open Server Manager from the quick launch bar. 0:37 – Select “Add roles and features” to start the Add roles and features wizard. 0:43 – As we will be installing this on a local server, we will leave the first two screens as their defaults and click next. 0:49 – On the Server Selection screen, we will select the local server ‘NYDC1’ from the list and click next. 0:56 – On the Server Roles screen, we will select the NFS Server role. (We will discuss the client component later on in the video.) Expand ‘File and Storage Services’ and then expand the sub-category ‘File and iSCSI services’ then select the Server for NFS component. PLEASE NOTE: Windows may prompt you to install additional features. If this is the case, select’ Add Features’ when prompted. 1:35 – Click next. 1:37 – The next screen will ask if you would like to install additional features. In our case today, we do not need any additional features so we will just press next. 1:45 – With the required roles selected (and additional features added if necessary), we will be on the last screen of the wizard. We will press install at this point to initiate the install of the selected roles and features. The installation will take a few moments to complete so we’ll pause the video and return when it’s done. 1:59 – Once the install is complete, we will close the wizard and then open up Windows Explorer. 2:07 – We’ll select the D Drive and create a new folder called ‘Data’. This will be the folder we share using NFS. 2:12 – Next, we will create a text document called “Data folder on NYDC1.txt” so when we connect to it later in the video using the client, I can identify it. 2:28 – With the folder now created, the next step is to share it. To do this, we will right click on the folder and select properties. 2:37 – To share the folder using NFS, select the NFS Sharing tab. 2:43 – On the NFS Sharing tab, press the button “Manage NFS Sharing” to bring up the NFS sharing dialog. 2:49 – To share the folder, tick the option at the top “Share this folder”. 2:55 – With the folder shared, there are some additional options that can be configured, but that is beyond the scope of this video. 3:04 – If you notice at the top, there are options for Kerberos if you want to utilize Kerberos for security. 3:11 – In our case, I will select the option “Allow anonymous access”. This will allow the NFS share to be accessed without a username and password. 3:20 – Next we will determine which computers we will enable to access the share. To do this, we will press the permissions button. 3:31 – We see by default that all machines have the “allow read-only access” to the share. 3:35 – To add additional permissions, we’ll select the Add button. 3:38 - In this case, I will add the computer NYDC1, which is the server. 3:43 – Later in the video, we’ll be trying to connect to the share from the NYDC1 server and we want to ensure that it has access when we do. 3:49 – Notice, for the type of access, I can select read-only or read-write. We’ll leave it on Read/Write and then press OK to exit the dialog. 4:00 – Notice that if the permission “all machines” is selected, the remove button is unavailable and greyed out. This permission cannot be removed, so if you wanted to remove permissions, you will need to change the access to “No Access”. Since we have added NYDC1 into the permissions list, this essentially limits access to ONLY NYDC1. 4:21 – With the share created, and permissions set, we will close the open windows and go back to the Server manager. 4:25 – This step is to connect the new NFS share to Windows. To do this, however, an additional feature is required. Keep in mind that Windows Server and Windows OS versions earlier than 8.1 support this feature, however Windows 8.1 does not have this support built in. If you are using 8.1, you will need additional software to access an NFS share. Our transcript is too long for YouTube so please see the following link for the rest: http://itfreetraining.com/server/#nfs-demo References “Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2 Exam Ref 70-410” pg 75 Credits Voice Talent: HP Lewis http://hplewis.com Video Production: Kevin Luttman http://www.KevinLuttman.com Web Document: Phillip Guld http://Philguld.com Quality Assurance and Web Hosting: Edward M http://digitalmaru.com/ Administrative Support: Stacey Tucker http://www.virtualadminservice.com
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Reliable Data Storage on the Cheap!
Are expensive NAS units your only option to expand your storage reliably? I think not... TunnelBear message: TunnelBear is the easy-to-use VPN app for mobile and desktop. Visit http://tunnelbear.com/LTT to try it free and save 10% when you sign up for unlimited TunnelBear data. Intel link: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/428354-intel-core-i7-6700k-core-i5-6600k-pre-roll-landing-page/ alpenwasser guide link: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/104425-flashing-an-lsi-9211-8i-raid-card-to-it-mode-for-zfssoftware-raid-tutorial/ Pricing & discussion: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/544788-reliable-data-storage-on-the-cheap/ Support us: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/75969-support-linus-tech-tips-our-affiliates-and-sponsors/ Join our community forum: http://bit.ly/ZkLvE7 https://twitter.com/linustech http://www.facebook.com/LinusTech Intro Screen Music Credit: Title: Laszlo - Supernova Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKfxmFU3lWY iTunes Download Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/supernova/id936805712 Artist Link: https://soundcloud.com/laszlomusic Outro Screen Music Credit: Approaching Nirvana - Sugar High http://www.youtube.com/approachingnirvana Sound effects provided by http://www.freesfx.co.uk/sfx/
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How To Set Up SAMBA File Sharing On A Raspberry Pi
http://www.bruhautomation.com https://home-assistant.io/ Installing Samba: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install samba sudo nano /etc/samba/smb.conf Configuration: [global] netbios name = RP2 server string = The Pi File Center workgroup = WORKGROUP hosts allow = socket options = TCP_NODELAY IPTOS_LOWDELAY SO_RCVBUF=65536 SO_SNDBUF=65536 remote announce = remote browse sync = [HOMEPI] path = /home/pi comment = No comment browsable = yes read only = no valid users = writable = yes guest ok = yes public = yes create mask = 0777 directory mask = 0777 force user = root force create mode = 0777 force directory mode = 0777 hosts allow = [HOME ASSISTANT] path = /var/opt/homeassistant comment = No comment browsable = yes read only = no valid users = writable = yes guest ok = yes public = yes create mask = 0777 directory mask = 0777 force user = root force create mode = 0777 force directory mode = 0777 hosts allow = Creating Samba User: sudo smbpasswd -a pi type password, press enter Restart Samba Service: sudo service smbd restart
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How To Mount Windows Drive In Ubuntu Linux
In this video, I have shown the solution to unable to access windows. Error Status 14 : Hiberation problem of windows drive. Solution: using command in terminal to access windows without restarting the Windows and properly shuting it down. Alternate Solution to open in Write-mode : visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDF6EZdeAQ4 To Fix this permanently in future : check out this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDF6EZdeAQ4 You are seeing this error because you hibernated Windows instead of turning it off the normal way (in newer versions of Windows, hibernate might be the default option). Hibernating saves the current state information to the hard disk and then powers down the computer. Shutting down the computer closes all programs and ends all running processes before powering down the computer. When you turn off Windows by hibernating it, you are essentially pausing the system and saving all of that information (into a big file called hiberfil.sys) This way when you resume from hibernation all of your applications and files will be exactly how you left them. It also sets a flag in hiberfil.sys to let other Operating Systems know that Windows is hibernated. Making changes to your Windows (ntfs) partition while it is hibernated could be dangerous--it could cause Windows to not resume from hibernation or to crash after resuming. Because of this, the tool (ntfs-3g) that mounts (opens) the partition will not mount it in read-write mode if it sees a hibernation flag. As such, Nautilus, the default file browser, will not be able to automatically open this partition--hence the error message that you see--because it is trying to open it in read-write mode.
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Solution to LINUX error "Unable to Mount Location" here is how to FIX it!
Linux - Unable to mount location message that I got was: Error mounting /dev/sdb5 at /media/aquilo/01CCD61542FA02C0: Command-line `mount -t "ntfs" -o "uhelper=udisks2,nodev,nosuid,uid=1000,gid=1000,dmask=0077,fmask=0177" "/dev/sdb5" "/media/aquilo/01CCD61542FA02C0"' exited with non-zero exit status 14: The disk contains an unclean file system (0, 0). Metadata kept in Windows cache, refused to mount. Failed to mount '/dev/sdb5': Operation not permitted The NTFS partition is in an unsafe state. Please resume and shutdown Windows fully (no hibernation or fast restarting), or mount the volume read-only with the 'ro' mount option. gnome-disks application. This was a very annoying issue for me but the above resolved the issue. == RandomStuff == ____________________________ Music Track in this video is from Youtube Free Audio Library: Orange.mp3 ____________________________ Intro is taken from: http://velosofy.com Downloaded from: http://velosofy.com/download/intro077.php Created by: https://www.youtube.com/user/twifeedo ____________________________
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ZFS share access via both SMB and NFS
Brief demonstration of concurrent access to a ZFS storage appliance from both Windows and Linux clients with mapped credentials
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How to Setup NFS Shares with your Synology
How to Setup NFS Shares on Synology. Why? I purchased a Raspberry Pi and quickly installed the latest version of Raspbmc 12.0 (Frodo). The low power Pi has a 700 Mhz Cpu. By using NFS shares versus SMB aka Windows Shares you save up to 20% cpu. SMB apparently has more overhead compared to NFS. When streaming media from NFS shares 1080p content streams with no stuttering or hiccups. PuTTY download: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ You have a Mac try this http://www.michaelbourque.com/it/solutions-using-max-osx-terminal-as-an-alternative-to-putty/ Raspbmc website: http://www.raspbmc.com/ How To Create XBMC Library using MySQL with a Synology http://youtu.be/NwyABCuonWo * Update 8/9/2017 DSM 6 or higher requires super user access. Use the following steps to gain SUDO rights. admin password sudo -i password Now you will have SUDO rights. Thanks to Gerald for the heads up. ** Update 12/16/2013 Currently running DSM 4.3 3810 Update 2 with no problems *** Update 11/26/2014 Using DSM 5.0-4482 and later I had to use the "Squash" option and "Map all users to admin" in the NFS Rules. Around the 3:26 video mark. DSM 5-4482 and greater you will no longer have to edit the secure locks in exports. **** You will have to edit your exports, if you are using a Synology DSM version less than 4.3-3776.
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NFS (Network File Systems) on Linux - 1
For Complete Course Module of Linux Administration, please reach to below link, which consists of almost 152 Lectutes, 22 hours of lectures. https://www.udemy.com/red-hat-linux-administration-advance-level-troubleshooting/ Network File System is a nfs server client protocol used for sharing files and directories between Linux / Unix to Unix/Linux systems vise versa. It is a popular distributed filesystem protocol that enables users to mount remote directories on their server. NFS enables you to mount a remote share locally. NFS was developed by Sun Micro Systems in the year 1984 NFS allows a Linux server to share directories with other UNIX clients over network. NFS server exports a directory and NFS client mounts this directory. RHEL 7 supports two version of NFS – NFSv3 and NFSv4. RHEL7 provides the support for NFS versions 3, 4.0, and 4.1(latest version) NFS default port number is 2049 NFS share we can mount Manually, Automatically using AutoFS
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RHCE EX300 exam: Configure an iSCSI initiator on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
RHCE EX300 exam: Configure an iSCSI initiator (client) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux --- Our given task is: Configure an iSCSI initiator. Configure system2 so that it connects to the iqn.2017-04.com.example.domain9:system1 target on system1 as follows: - The iSCSI device should automatically be available on system boot. - The iSCSI block device contain a 1700 MiB that is formatted as ext3. - The partition is mounted to /mnt/data and is automatically mounted to this directory at system boot. --- Fist we have to install iscsi-initiator-utils package: yum install -y iscsi-initiator-utils Once iscsi-initiator-utils package is successfully installed we have to modify initiatorname.iscsi file: vi /etc/iscsi/initiatorname.iscsi InitiatorName musts be equal to the name which we had already set up on the iSCSI target. You can confirm iSCSI initiator name on iSCSI target server by running targetcli command. Initiator name can be found under acls in targetcli environment. Enable iscsi service to start automatically during system startup: systemctl enable iscsi Double-check that iscsi service is enabled to start automatically after system startup: systemctl is-enabled iscsi Start iscsi service: systemctl start iscsi Please do not confuse iscsi service with iscsid service. If you start iscsi service it will start iscsid service for you as well. iscsi service will: - start iscsid service. - login initiator to target after system startup. - logout initiator from target before system shutdown. If you will start only iscsid service instead of iscsi service it will not login initiator to target after system startup and iscsid will not logout initiator from target during system shutdown which may result to system hang during shutdown. Next step is to discover targets on our iSCSI server system1. Command to discover targets can be found in EXAMPLES section of iscsiadm man page. iscsiadm --mode discoverydb --type sendtargets --portal --discover Node record id found by the discovery (output of above command) will be used to login to the target. Command to login to the target can be found in EXAMPLES section of iscsiadm man page again. iscsiadm --mode node --targetname iqn.2017-04.com.example.domain9:system1 --portal --login Verify that iSCSI disk device was picked up successfully. Presence of the new iSCSI disk can be confirmed in /var/log/messages file, output of dmesg command and in the output of various Linux tools: iscsiadm -m session -P3 | grep Attached lsscsi -s WHERE: -s option prints disk capacity in human readable form. lsblk lsblk --scsi fdisk -l | grep Disk cat /proc/scsi/scsi cat /proc/partitions Connection parameter defaults can be found in default file. /var/lib/iscsi/nodes/iqn.2017-04.com.example.domain9:system1/,3260,1/default Once iSCSI disk was successfully added yo our Linux server, we will create disk partition, filesystem and we will modify /etc/fstab file to ensure that filesystem will be mounted after reboot as well. To create disk partition we will use fdisk command. Once disk partition with requested size is successfully created - we will create ext3 filesystem with below command: mkfs.ext3 /dev/sda1 NOTE: On your RHCE exam requested filesystem type can be xfs, ext4 or vfat. Create directory for mount point: mkdir /mnt/data Update /etc/fstab file with entry related to your newly created filesystem on your new iSCSI storage. You have to specify _netdev option for new filesystem created on iSCSI storage otherwise mounting of filesystem will fail because it will happen before network services will be up and running. If you will specify _netdev option - system processes will know that they have to wait and try to mount network filesystem once network will be fully operational. Mount new filesystem: mount /mnt/data Verify the size of the new filesystem: df -h /mnt/data Related Video Tutorials: RHCE EX300 Exam: RHCE EX300 exam: Configure an iSCSI target on Red Hat Enterprise Linux https://youtu.be/vF3YFVqwLT0 RHCSA Fast Track course: Reset forgotten root password in Redhat 7: https://youtu.be/cUG16kdYCxE Setting up network using a NetworkManager command line interface (nmcli) in Red Hat 7 https://youtu.be/v-soSvSsw18 nmcli cheat! Setting up network using nmcli in Red Hat 7 in less than a 30 seconds - QUICK & EASY!!! https://youtu.be/NqEuucdSS60 Setting up network using a NetworkManager text user interface (nmtui) in Red Hat 7 - EASY!!! https://youtu.be/IKH1sCEjG2A Setting up network in Red Hat 7 in less than a minute https://youtu.be/TqMdzTPsjJY Shrink ext2 ext3 and ext4 file system and reduce the size of a logical volume with only one command. https://youtu.be/tTpStv6cfeQ Complete guide to file system shrinking and reducing the size of the underlying logical volume. https://youtu.be/8AD8ZiYDavY Other related video tutorials: NetworkManager connection priority - manage network profile priority in Linux: https://youtu.be/21SIHo_Rc_M
How To Create A Network File System (NFS) In AWS
If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) provides simple, scalable, elastic file storage for use with AWS Cloud services and on-premises resources. It's very easy to use and offers a simple interface. This service removes the need for you to manage file servers or file storage, AWS take care of the maintenance and patching of this service. In addition to this the storage will increase or decrease as per your demands and the capability is there for multiple EC2 instances to also access this file system in parallel. In this video, Nick will take you through the steps to create the file storage in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Console, then using the configuration information supplied we'll then connect to an Amazon Linux instance using Git Bash (or Putty as an alternative). We then use the mount command to access the elastic file system, look at the file system using DF command and then creating a test file in the new file system using the DD command. Prerequisites include: - An Amazon Account (This demo is free tier eligible) - A Linux EC2 instance running and configured for access via SSH - (A T2 Micro instance and an Amazon Linux 2 AMI 2.0.20180924 x86_64 HVM gp2 image used in this video) - Basic knowledge of Linux commands
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How To Setup NFS With FreeNAS and XenServer
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Step 9 - Share Volumes (NFS, AFP, CIFS, iSCSI)
Share storage over the network to clients using NFS, AFP, CIFS/SMB and iSCSI. Use the menus on the left to select "NFS Exports", "AFP Volumes", "CIFS Shares", and "iSCSI LUN Targets" to configure each sharing protocol. Then configure client devices to connect using NFS (VMware/Linux/UNIX), AFP (Apple devices), CIFS/SMB (Windows clients) and iSCSI initiators to use shared storage.
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FreeNAS 11.2 Beta 3 How to Configure The Plex Jail Plugin
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How to Share File between Kali Linux and Windows 10 Easily?
File sharing in a Windows networked machines is simple. But sharing file between Kali Linux and Windows has a bit complicated process. You need to know both Linux and Windows file sharing protocols and utilities to share file between Kali Linux and Windows 10. Previously, we wrote many articles about sharing files between different operating system. Here we completely focus an easy way to share file between Kali Linux and Windows 10. The process to Share file between Kali Linux and Windows. Check network connectivity. Enable Windows File Sharing. Create a Share folder in Windows. Configure Kali Linux File Sharing. Install "cifs-utils" for mounting the shared folder in Linux. Access Windows shared folder from Linux. Sharing file between Linux and Windows. Share File between Kali Linux and Windows 10 Do all the process of above list to enable file sharing between Kali Linux and Windows 10. Before starting the file sharing, make sure your Windows and Linux machine are works properly. Follow us on Social Media: FB: https://www.facebook.com/technig Twitter: https://twitter.com/technigs G+: https://plus.google.com/+TechnigExperts Check our website for more articles: www.technig.com
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NetApp-4-(N90X) Configuring CIFS on NetApp
Lesson on configuring CIFS on NetApp using Data OnTap interface. Includes how-to-configure "guest" access to shares.
Views: 6840 NetScalerTrainer
Data Storage CIFS or Samba Software Developer [Data Storage Recruiter]
http://www.johnstonsearch.com/blog Hello and good day! Brian, your Data Storage Headhunter discusses new storage client and search.! Location: San Jose, CA Title: Data Storage Software Developer Salary: Depends on related accomplishments KEYS: * Data Storage Software Development * Unix/Linux * CIFS and Samba * Project Leadership * VMWare/Xen experienced/accomplished Until you respond with resume, referral (2k for this hire), or request chat, enJOY your day! Your Data Storage Recruiter, Brian- http://www.johnstonsearch.com/blog
Install Samba in Ubuntu Linux and Share a Folder to Windows
In this tutorial, I install and configure Samba in order to share folders and files to Windows users. The demonstration features Ubuntu Linux and Windows Vista http://www.danscourses.com/Linux-Fundamentals/install-and-configure-samba-in-ubuntu-444.html
Views: 184876 danscourses
2012 Red Hat Summit: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 AD Integration/Samba Clusters Overview
In this two-part session, Mark Heslin will review the various concepts, components, and configuration options available for integrating the mission-critical readiness of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 into Active Directory domain environments. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the pros and cons of each approach, best practices, and guidelines for selecting the best configuration.
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9.11 mount options 详解 -Linux云主机管理运维
本套课程共19章,长达64个小时,深入浅出,精心打造,整套课程基于阿里云aliyun ECS平台、CentOS 7系统教学、真实的DNS 域名申请及解析管理、ECS构建在线网校系统、HTTPS加rewrite实现web服务器安全。手把手,一步一步带您理解并完成所有的实战项目。视频完全保留项目中问题解决的过程,培养学员真正理解并具备解决问题的能力! Linux云主机系统管理及服务运维配置最佳实践 1.1 课程介绍 1.2 Linux 技术概览 1.3 Centos7.3 系统安装 — Vmware 1 1.4 Centos7.3 系统安装 — Vmware 2 1.5 Centos7.3 系统安装 — 阿里云ECS 1.6 Centos7.3 系统安装 — Dell R710 RAID 1.7 Centos7.3 系统安装 — Dell R710 1.8 Centos7.3 系统部署详解 1.9 Bash Shell 管理Linux概览 1.10 Bash Shell 管理Linux 1.11 Shell 特性复习 1.12 Linux中获得帮助 1.13 远程管理利器Xshell Putty Xftp 2.1 Linux 目录结构 2.2 Linux 文件路径 2.3 Linux 文件管理 2.4 vi 编辑器1 2.5 vi 编辑器2 2.6 Linux atime mtime ctime 2.7 Linux 文件类型 3.1 用户组基础概念 3.2 用户管理 3.3 用户管理复习 3.4 no Shell login.defs 3.5 sudo简介 hulk 4.1 基本权限 UGO 4.2 权限案例 UGO 4.3 UGO 权限复习 4.4 基本权限 FACL 4.5 ACL 高级特性 mask 4.6 ACL 高级特性 default 5.1 高级权限 suid 5.2 高级权限 sgid sticky 5.3 文件属性 lsattr chattr 5.4 进程掩码 umask 6.1 关于进程 1 6.2 关于进程 2 6.3 查看进程 ps 6.4 查看进程 top 6.5 信号控制进程 1 6.6 信号控制进程 2 6.7 进程优先级 nice 6.8 作业控制 jobs 7.1 IO重定向 Redirection 详解 7.2 输出重定向案例 7.3 输入重定向案例 7.4 重定向综合案例 1 7.5 重定向综合案例 2 7.6 进程管道Piping 7.7 进程管道 tee 8.1 存储技术概览 1 8.2 存储技术概览 2 8.3 基本分区 I 8.4 基本分区 II 8.5 基本分区复习 9.1 LVM 基本概览 9.10 XFS 文件系统查看及修复 9.11 mount options 详解 9.12 文件链接解析 9.13 磁盘阵列 RAID技术 9.14 lsof 恢复进程打开的文件 9.2 LVM 创建 9.3 VG 扩容及缩小 9.4 LVM FS 扩容 9.5 LVM snapshot 应用环境 9.6 交换分区 swap 9.7 EXT文件系统详解 9.8 查看EXT文件系统信息 9.9 EXT Journal 及修复案例 10.1 文件查找 which locate find 10.2 文件打包及压缩实战 11.1 软件包管理概述 11.2 Yum 使用官方源 11.3 Yum 使用官方源 强化 11.4 Yum 管理RPM包实战 11.5 Yum 扩展查询 11.6 使用自建Yum源 I 11.7 自建Yum源 update 11.8 自建Yum源 nginx zabbix mysql 11.9 Yum 签名检查机制 12.1 RPM管理RPM包详解 I 12.2 RPM管理RPM包详解 II 12.3 源码包管理 nginx 13.1 一次性调度执行 at 13.2 周期性计划任务cron 用户级 13.3 周期性计划任务cron 系统级 14.1 日志管理基础 14.2 rsyslog日志子系统详解 I 14.3 rsyslog日志子系统详解 II 14.4 logrotate日志轮转 I 14.5 logrotate日志轮转 II 15.1 Centos7网络配置 cli 15.2 Centos7网络配置文件 15.3 网络测试工具详解 15.4 CentOS7修改网卡为eth0 15.6 CentOS7主机路由 I 16.1 FTP Server构建 I 16.2 FTP Server构建 II 16.3 FTP Server构建 III 16.5 NAS存储之 NFS 16.6 NAS存储之 CIFS 17.1 DNS 基础概念 17.2 Cache only DNS服务器 17.3 DNS 正向区解析配置 17.4 域名申请及解析 ISP 17.5 客户端查询解析 I 17.6 客户端查询解析 II 17.7 客户端查询解析 III 18.1 HTTP Server 概览 18.2 LAMP 基础部署 18.3 Apache 基本配置 18.4 部署网上商城 ecshop 18.5 部署博客系统 wordpress 19.1 部署论坛系统 Discuz! 19.2 ECS 部署在线网校系统 edusoho 19.3 HTTPS 证书签名机制 19.4 Apache 实现HTTS实战 及问题处理 完结 #Linux、#CentOS、#centos7、#Linux教程、#Linux入门、#Linux学习教程、#杨生、#千锋教育
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Awesome Linux Tools: cheat.sh
Get $20 toward your own cloud server with Linode! http://linode.com/learnlinuxtv Check out my latest book, Mastering Ubuntu Server Second Edition! http://ubuntuserverbook.com Affiliate store (Linux compatible hardware and accessories): https://www.amazon.com/shop/learnlinux.tv Support me on Patreon (every little bit helps): https://www.patreon.com/learnlinuxtv More about me: https://www.jaylacroix.com https://www.learnlinux.tv https://twitter.com/JayTheLinuxGuy
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How to create File  and Folder Share (NFS or SMB), With Windows server 2016
Creating an SMB share 1. Log on to Windows Server 2016, using an account with Administrator privileges.The Server Manager window appears. 2. Click the File and Storage Services icon and, in the submenu that appears, clickShares. The Shares page appears 3. From the Tasks menu in the Shares tile, select New Share. The New Share Wizard appears, displaying the Select The Profile For This Share page 4. From the File Share Profile list, select one of the following options: SMB Share–Quick Provides basic SMB sharing with full share and NTFS permissions. SMB Share–Advanced Provides SMB sharing with full share and NTFS permissions, plus access to additional services, such as access-denied assistance, folder classification, and quotas. To select this option, the computer must have the File Server Resource Manager role service installed. SMB Share–Applications Provides SMB sharing with settings suitable for Hyper-V, databases, and other applications. 5. Click Next. The Select The Server And Path For This Share page appears 6. Select the server on which you want to create the share, and then either select a volume on the server or specify a path to the folder you want to share. Then click Next. The Specify Share Name page appears 7. In the Share Name text box, specify the name you want to assign to the share and click Next. The Configure Share Settings Page appears 8. Select any, or all of the following options: Enable Access-Based Enumeration Applies filters to shared folders based on the individual user’s permissions to the files and subfolders in the share. Users who cannot access a shared resource cannot see that resource on the network. This feature prevents users from searching through files and folders they cannot access. Allow Caching Of Share Enables client systems to maintain local copies of files they access from server shares. When a client selects the Always Available Offline option for a server-based file, folder, or share, the client system copies the selected data to the local drive and updates it regularly, so that the client user can always access it, even if the server is offline. Enable BranchCache On The File Share Enables client computers at remote locations running BranchCache to cache files accessed from this share, so that other computers at the remote location can access them. Encrypt Data Access Causes the server to encrypt the files in the share before transmitting them to the remote client. 9. Click Next. The Specify Permissions To Control Access page appears 10. Modify the default share and NTFS permissions as needed, and click Next. The Confirm Selections page appears. 11. Click Create. The View Results page appears as the wizard creates the share. 12. Click Close. The new share appears in the Shares tile of the Shares page in Server Manager. Creating an NFS share 1. Log on to Windows Server 2016, using an account with Administrator privileges. The Server Manager window appears. 2. Click the File And Storage Services icon and, in the submenu that appears, Click Shares. The Shares page appears. 3. From the Tasks menu in the Shares tile, select New Share. The New Share Wizard appears, displaying the Select The Profile For This Share page. 4. From the File Share Profile list, select one of the following options: NFS Share–Quick Provides basic NFS sharing with authentication and permissions. NFS Share–Advanced Provides NFS sharing with full share and NTFS permissions, plus access to additional services, such as access-denied assistance, folder classification, and quotas. To select this option, the computer must have the File Server Resource Manager role service installed. 5. Click Next. The Select The Server And Path For This Share page appears. 6. Select the server on which you want to create the share, and then either select avolume on the server or specify a path to the folder you want to share. Then click Next. The Specify Share Name page appears. 7. In the Share Name text box, specify the name you want to assign to the share and click Next. The Specify Authentication Methods page appears 8. Select the check boxes for the authentication methods you want to use for share access, if any. 9. Click Next. The Specify The Share Permissions page appears. 10. Click Add. The Add Permissions dialog box appears 11. Specify the name of a host to be granted permission to the share or select the All Machines option. In the Share Permissions drop-down list, specify whether the selected host(s) should receive Read/Write, No Access, or Read Only access. Click Add. 12. Click Next. The Specify Permissions To Control Access page appears. 13. Modify the default NTFS permissions as needed and click Next. The Confirm Selections page appears. 14. Click Create. The View Results page appears as the wizard creates the share. 15. Click Close. The new share appears in the Shares tile of the Shares page in Server Manager.
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Dual Pane File Managers
Dual Pane File Managers pcmanfm ( lxde)- F3 to dual pane. actually opens to tabs, but if you open a 3rd tab things get weird. crashed after unmounting network share dolphin (kde) (extra commands - sudo apt-get install dolphin kdesdk-dolphin-plugins ruby kde-servicemenu-rootactions kwrite kate ark kdesudo) nautilus forks caja (mate file manager) f3 to do dual pane. lots of preferences, not much for integration, which is good because there is less to go wrong. nemo (Files) (cinnamon file manager) f3 to do dual pane. very similar to caja in that its a fork of nautilus (gnome2). has some nice extra right click options that will work if you also install the cinnamon terminal and such. ***nemo takes over the desktop and stays running unless you use the --no-desktop switch. File Managers with no desktop environment affiliations xfe (older file manager, still developed,reminiscent of windows file manager pre-win95) no network browsing/mounting. spacefm no thunar bookmaks no trash by default, strange default configuration) requires a plugin and some configuration for network browsing/mounting (udevil.conf, mountshare plugin) no trash without a plugin and some custom config. sunflower (small and simply, python based, install python-vte for the internal terminal to work). smb connection manager weird trash integration norton-commander clones gnome-commander - (unreliable smb share manager) no trash feature mc (console/terminal app), no trash, no smb. but mean and lean in the best way :)
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Labs: Using Unix-Enabled AD Groups to Control Linux/Unix Access to a CIFS share with Centrify (2/2)
Related post: http://centrifying.blogspot.com/2014/09/business-problems-leveraging-unix.html In this video (Part 2: Verification) 1. We verify the roles assigned to Elaine (mount command) 2. We use the mount command with the UID and GID options (no clear text) 3. We verify that we can copy a file from Linux and permissions and identity are carried through Windows. 4. We verify that cosmo (not a member of group) can't write to the share (at this point he can read by way of share permissions). 5. We copy a file for windows and verify from Linux 6. We copy a file from Mac OS X and verify from Linux.
Views: 225 Centrifying
AWS Storage Gateway Demo: File Storage on Amazon S3 with Access from Multiple Sites
Learn more about AWS Storage Gateway for Files at - http://amzn.to/2vSEG7e. This video discusses and demonstrates how the AWS Storage Gateway can be deployed to connect Windows and Linux clients in separate sites to files stored in Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). AWS Storage Gateway is hybrid cloud storage service. It allows on-premises applications to seamlessly use AWS storage services via a local appliance, which connects to local clients or hosts via standard storage protocols. The File Gateway shown in this video provides local NFS access and caching for data stored in Amazon S3, and in-cloud data access via the Amazon S3 API. A common use case for such an architecture is content storage and distribution, allowing multiple offices to access the same large media files, stored durably and affordably in the cloud.
Views: 11679 Amazon Web Services
Learn Cybersecurity: Network File System Security
This video is strictly for educational purposes. Hacking is illegal, please use this content strictly for self-improvement and for the better understanding of cybersecurity. Sharing your files on the network can lead to privilege escalation and total control of your machine. Carefully secure your network file system by ensuring the appropriate privileges are tied to different folders and directories. If you are keen on learning how to hack, then watch the How To Hack Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0-xwzAwzllx4w5OYdRoVTqlNvQ7xALNM
Views: 872 Loi Liang Yang
Arch Linux: File Sharing In 10 Seconds
Tutorial: Arch users: make sure you have "python" installed (on Manjaro it is pre-installed) open a terminal check your ip address with „ifconfig“ (in my case cd to the directory you want to share type „python -m http.server“ the server is now running. you can access it from other computers in your network by opening a browser and typing the ip address of the server on port 8000 (in my case enjoy sharing :)
Views: 3129 M. Wiedmann
NFS Share in linux programming
NFS Share in linux programming, linux mount nfs,nfs no_root_squash,unix server,https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unix,gopukartheek.blogspot.in,https://www.slashroot.in/linux-nfs-network-file-system-client-and-server-complete-guide
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How to disable SMB 1.0/CIFS  in Windows 10 ( Prevent Against WannaCry Attacks )
ENG..SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support: This enables file and printer sharing with older versions of Windows, ranging from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 R2. Linux and Mac operating systems may also use the older SMB protocol for file and printer sharing. TR...SMB 1.0 / CIFS Dosya Paylaşımı Desteği: Bu, Windows NT 4.0'dan Windows XP ve Windows Server 2003 R2'ye kadar değişen eski Windows sürümleriyle dosya ve yazıcı paylaşımını etkinleştirir. Linux ve Mac işletim sistemleri, dosya ve yazıcı paylaşımı için eski SMB protokolünü de kullanabilir.
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How to Reset Root Password in Oracle Linux Server 7
Hello Everyone, In this tutorial, Let Us Reset Root Password & Forgetter… To Fix Broken Sudo....... Errors that you are getting.......... Error 1:- you may notice an error saying you're not in the sudoers file and the incident is going to be reported. Error 2:- sorry user usuario is not allowed to execute '/usr/bin/passwd root' as root on. Error 3:- Give root password for maintenance (or type Control-D to continue) SOLVING ERROR 3 BY BELOW STEP FOLLOW Step1 :- fsck (First You need to Check file checking error, if doesn't solve follow below step) Step2 :- mount -t proc proc /proc Step3 :- mount -o remount, rw / or mount -ro remount,rw / Step4 :- passwd vi /etc/default/locale Step5 :- sync reboot Step6 :- reboot or option(above doesn't solve follow below step) Step7 :- mount | grep ' on / ' That command produces something like /dev/sda1 on / type ext4 (rw,errors=remount-ro,commit=0) as the output Step8 :- sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt Replace /dev/sda1 with the device name of the partition containing your Ubuntu system's root filesystem, if different. Step9 :- sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt Step10 :- passwd root Step11 :- exit Step12 :- sudo umount /mnt Step13 :- exit Step14 :- reboot Cause and symptoms :- the /etc/sudoers file has been altered to no longer allow users in the admin group to escalate privilege the permissions on the /etc/sudoers file are changed to something other than 0440 a user who should not have been has been taken out of the admin group. By above error and cause can be done by following steps..... To Reset Root Passwd step1 :- Restart your server or desktop step2 :- press continue shift untill boot menu show step3 :- select ubuntu generic second option press Enter step4 :- then select root shell press Enter step5 :- type mount -o rw,remount / step6 :- sudo passwd root or passwd assign passwd and then repeat again the same passwd Note :- inplace of root you can set your username or hostname any name that You assign during Installation OR Login. You can also Create NEW USER step7 :- sudo adduser username (Replace USERNAME with your username) Step8 :- sudo passwd username If you don't know your username, you can get a list of users on the system by running: Step9 :- ls /home NOTE :- For Any Clarification Please Below Comment, Like and Share us and help us to spread. ####--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------#### Subscribe :- http://www.youtube.com/user/itcloudnet?sub_confirmation=1 Website :- http://www.cloudnetwork.in Facebook :- http://facebook.com/itCloudNetwork/ Twitter :- http://twitter.com/itcloudnet Pinterset :- http://pinterset.com/itcloudnet LinkedIn :- http://in.linkedin.com/pub/itcloudnet Google+ :- https://plus.google.com/u/0/107923552480070716949/posts Skype Id :- cloud.network1 E-Mail Id :- [email protected] ####----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------#### Thanking You Hope U Like it........
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Labs: Using Unix-Enabled AD Groups to Control Linux/Unix Access to a CIFS share with Centrify (1/2)
Related post: http://centrifying.blogspot.com/2014/09/business-problems-leveraging-unix.html In this video (Part 1: Initial Setup) a) Recap of leveraging AD computer accounts to mount CIFS shares without the use of cleartext passwords b) We review the Marketing Share and NTFS permissions c) We review the Marketing Share Access groups d) We UNIX-enable the Marketing Share Access group using ZPA and modify the name and UID e) We provide the Marketing Users a Role that allows the Mount command leveraging Centrify-enhanced sudo.
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