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Old 06-14-2007, 04:27 PM   #1
Registered: Apr 2006
Location: Athens, Greece
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samba in shared mode and home dirs don't appear

hello everyone,
i am wondering if it is possible to be running samba in a mode where some shared folders are accesible by everyone withou the need to enter some password, but at the same time they have the chance to log on to their respective home directories..

cause i tried switching to 'share' level mode and as i wanted, no logon window appeared, but the home dirs weren't there either... alternatively, if i run samba in 'user' level, i have to input username and password even to access public dirs...

is there a way to overcome that?


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