I just set up a Linux server (running Centos, but it's RPM-based, similar to Fedora), and I have a second drive installed (currently NTFS partition, but that shouldn't matter, right?) I can access the drive locally, as it is mounted via /etc/fstab.
I want to share a folder called "allshared" on this drive (not the / folder). I need to share this via NFS (for my Fedora box) and via Samba for my Windows box.
I can see this computer via the network, and have opened all appropriate ports on the firewall, however whenever I try to mount (NFS) or map (Samba) this share, I am asked for a username and password, none of which work. I have tried server\username, username, "root", etc... but nothing seems to work.
I have verified that the user I would like to add is in the smbusers file, but I'm not having any luck actually sharing the content.
Is there something I am missing?