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  1. #1
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    Lightbulb Permission

    hello dears
    I share a folder in linux with samba, but when open it in Windows i do'nt have permission to access this folder
    it is very important for me- please help me
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    Re: Permission

    If you are the only person on your system, then "sudo chmod -R 766 /path/to/samba/folder" or "# chmod -R 766 /path/to/samba/directory" should allow you to open the directory in windows. If others share your network then this would not be a secure way of creating access to the folder.

    Other members of the forum may have a more secure way to do this.

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    Re: Permission

    thanks for attention to this q- chan you help me about other ways to sharing folder between redhat and windows?

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    Re: Permission

    It seems that selinux and perhaps firewalld are preventing access to you samba folder. Here is a website that addresses how to create a samba-share file so that other computers can access it: https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/que...fic-directory/

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