Anarchy-Linux

I recently had to quickly set up a new workstation and wanted to stick to my beloved Linux distribution: Arch Linux. Although it is my default Linux distribution, I still can’t set it up without some reading in the Wiki again and some spare hours. So I decided to try out “Arch Anywhere” (now Anarchy Linux because, you know, trademarks), which provides a more sophisticated install medium. Since it provides an additional package repository, it calls itself a Linux “distribution”.
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Creating Samba shares with Arch Linux

I recently installed a new Arch Linux system to replace an older one. I was in need of providing that Samba share again to access some files from a Windows PC. Setting up Samba on Arch Linux is pretty easy: » pacaur -S samba [...] » cp /etc/samba/smb.conf.default /etc/samba/smb.conf » sudo vim /etc/samba/smb.conf I disabled the printer sharing and other examples, and added the following share to the end of the config file:
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