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Samba is not included in the default installation. You can install Samba by using the command yum install samba as the root user. This will install the required tools and configuration files needed to run Samba on your CentOS system.
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The configuration files of samba are stored in the /etc/samba directory. The files are smb.conf, lmhosts, and the smbusers. The smb.conf file is the main configuration file of Samba. With this file, you can change the way the Samba server runs and add or remove shares. The lmhosts file can be used to resolve NetBIOS names to IP addresses and is similar to the hosts file in the /etc directory. The smbusers file contains Unix to SMB name mapping. Of the three files mentioned, the main configuration file will be of most use to us.
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The lmhosts file is Samba s NetBIOS host file. This file is similar to the hosts file found on the /etc directory except it maps the NetBIOS name to its IP address counterpart. Each line on the lmhosts file follows the syntax ip_address netbios_name
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where ip_address is the IP address of the computer that will have the NetBIOS name given by the netbios_name. An example entry in this file follows 192.168.1.11 DIANA
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The NetBIOS name DIANA will be used by your Samba server for the host with the IP address of 192.168.1.11. Lines that start with the hash symbol are ignored by Samba.
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smbusers
The smbusers file contains the mapping of Linux usernames to Samba usernames. Each entry is separated by a newline and takes the following syntax: linux_username = samba_username1 [samba_username2 .. samba_usernameN] where linux_username is a Linux user in your system and the samba_username is the Samba username this Linux user will be known as on the Samba server. You can put more than one Samba username on a Linux username if you want to refer a Linux user by those Samba usernames. You must separate the additional Samba usernames by a space. Here is an example entry: root = administrator admin The entry tells that the root user will be known as the administrator and the admin users on your Samba server. Lines that start with the hash symbol are treated as comments and are ignored by Samba.
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smb.conf
The smb.conf file contains sections that describe what you want the Samba server to do and the resources you want to share to your windows network. Each section can contain parameters that can be used to alter the section functions when Samba uses it. The section and parameters take on the following syntax: [section_name] parameter_name = value : parameter_name = value where section_name is the name of the section and must be enclosed in square brackets. The parameter_name is the name of the parameter to be used in this section, and value is the value that will be used for this parameter. There can be any number of parameters on a section, and each parameter must be separated into lines. Both section names and parameter names are case insensitive. Lines that start with the hash symbol (#) or a semicolon are comments and are ignored by Samba. Here is an example section with a parameter: [global] workgroup = MYGROUP The section name is [global], and the parameter workgroup is assigned the text value MYGROUP. Because this is a [global] section, the value you assign to the workgroup parameter will appear on the Windows client, and it will be used by the remaining related sections of the configuration file such as share definitions. There are two kinds of definitions in the smb.conf file. The first is the global definition, and the second is the share definition. The global definition holds the [global] section that contains parameters that apply to the whole server. You can tell Samba to act as a primary domain controller, a domain member, or a stand-alone server. In addition to making the Samba server act as your chosen Windows server, you can specify what kind of password backend must be used for authenticating users and what printing system you want to use for Samba. The share definition contains the resources that can be shared on your Windows network. The smb.conf file defines the [homes] section and [printers] section by default. The [homes] section lets users access their home directories in your Samba server. The [printers] section allows users to use the printer that can be accessed by Samba. You can create new sections to share other directories or printers in this definition. In the remaining sections of this chapter, you will see how you can configure Samba to share directories and printers in your windows network.
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