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Solution to Samba inaccessibility caused by CentOS turning on SELinux

SELinux is enabled by default when installing CentOS, so samba, FTP and other applications cannot access the corresponding directories. The solution is as follows:

Enable Samba user home directory permission

/usr/sbin/setsebool -P samba_enable_home_dirs=1

Turn on single shared directory (path) permission

chcon -t samba_share_t path

Open all shared directories

Read-only rights

/usr/sbin/setsebool -P samba_export_all_ro on

read-write permission

/usr/sbin/setsebool -P samba_export_all_rw on

Check whether a directory (path) has permission enabled

ls -ldZ path

Add Samba user prompt failed to add entry for user

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1. First, install samba in Ubuntu. The specific steps are as follows:
install Samba: sudo apt get install Samba
install smbclient: sudo apt get install
install smbfs: sudo apt get smbfs

2. Modify the configuration file
sudo GEDIT/etc/Samba/smb.conf edit the smb.conf file
to; Change security user to security user, Then add

comment = shared folder require password
Path =/home/Magic/share
public = yes
writable = yes
valid users = magic
create mask = 0777
directory mask = 0777
force user = nobody
force group = nogroup
available = yes
Browse = yes

Restart Samb after saving a. Sudo/etc/init.d/samba restart

3. Set the user and password
sudo smbpasswd – a magic, and then I will prompt for the password

4. Finally, under Windows Network Neighborhood – > Right click – > Map the network drive

enter the folder box \ \ IP address \ \ sharefiles and press the prompt to enter the user name and password

this article is from the website of Linux commune( www.linuxidc.com )Link to the original text: http://www.linuxidc.com/Linux/2011-09/42621.htm

Add Samba user prompt failed to add entry for user

[ [email protected] ~]#smbpasswd-atest

this is because the corresponding system account is not added, so it will prompt the error of failed loadentry for user. Just add the corresponding system account test:
this is because the system account is not added[ [email protected] ~]#groupaddtest-g6000
[ [email protected] ~]#useraddtest-u6000-g6000-s/sbin/nologin-d/dev/null

at this time, you can add the samba account test with smbpasswd atest! In order to increase the security of the system, do not add the system account to the shell, and do not specify a directory for it. At that time, create a folder for the test account in the/home directory. Only test has read and write permissions for the folder
for example:
[ [email protected] ~]#mkdir/home/test
[ [email protected] ~]#chown-R test:test/home/test

if you don’t want other people to access it, you can only let test users access it by executing the command:
if you don’t want other people to access it, you can only let test users access it[ [email protected] ~]#chmodu+rwx,g+rwx,o-rwx/home/test

at this time, you can add Samba account test with smbpasswd command
to add Samba account test[ [email protected] ~]#smbpasswd-atest