Samba is what runs on a Linux box, and makes shares available to Windows systems, so you'll need to look for (and edit) your smb.conf.
1) First, we find it.
find / -name "smb.conf" -type f 2>/dev/null
2) Then we take a gander at it
grep -v "^#" /path/to/smb.conf | grep .
3) If you see a "[homes]" share (or something with "path = /home"), you remove it.
(Use vim, nano, emacs, or another text editor to comment-out every line of that share).
4) Then you restart the Samba service.
service smb restart
NOTE: Always make a quick copy of a file before you start editing it!
(cp -p /path/to/smb.conf /path/to/smb.conf.backup)
Last edited by xeleema; 01-27-2011 at 03:14 AM.