I have an existing system which contains a LAN connected disk drive. I have added a new computer on which I installed Ubuntu (this is my first linux experience). From the Ubuntu computer I can read the files on the samba connected drive but I can not write to those files. I have tried to change the permissions but can not locate where the drive is mounted. So my question ishow do I change the permissions?
I'd like to change from Samba 3.0.33 to 3.6.6. Reason: WINDOWS 7 and PDC
Is something to consider when changing (config-Files or so on)? Have I to uninstall Samba 3.0.33 before or just run an update?
This morning at office I was listing files in a terminal inside a samba share from my networked server and surprise folder was identified inside run/user/1000/gvfs instead of run/user/antonio/gvfs (of course antonio has UID 1000). Is it correct???