Re: Mounting Samba Shares permission denied
I think it restricts administrative shares to admins only if Windows is the one hosting the share, the name shouldn't matter in Linux as long as I have the permissions set.
I think I tried using a different name, I even changed it to try to share my home directory instead of /Files (My data partition is mounted at /Files and my data partitions in Windows are mapped to W:\) and I still got a permissions problem. I should have permissions on my home directory so I don't know why it doesn't share
EDIT: This was most likely SE Linux
Fedora 16 64 Bit (Fedora 13 install upgraded to 14 with preupgrade, then 15 using --distro-sync) - KDE 4.6.5 HDD Reporting SMART erorrs, using SSD with Fedora 20, XFCE install with yum install @kde-desktop
Last edited by IHeart SymLinks; 28th September 2014 at 11:03 PM.