Thank you for itemize it.
-Yes, I restarted samba and remounted the share.
-I used SELinux settings as it is described in smb.conf and also enabled:
sudo firewall-cmd --add-service=samba-client
sudo firewall-cmd --add-service=samba
But now I restarted my system and it works!
Thank you very much.
Now I have opposite problem. When I create file in shared directory, it belongs to 'serverusers' group, but group has only r-- permission. And now I don't know how to configure it that others could edit my files also. In samba I have also line:
, so it probably requires some Linux config.
EDIT: I see that I should somehow set 'umask 2' for that folder. Now I try to figure out how to do it.