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I have a small network at home with 3 computers, 2 are running Ubuntu 8.10 and 9.04 and 1 with windows Xp.
I have no problem accessing the files on the windows computer, but I'm having a hard time to access the computers running Ubuntu's.
When I go to Places and select Network, I can see the windows network but nothing for Ubuntu
How do I share fiiles or folders between the two computers that are running Ubuntu's?
I just tried the following:
From the file browser, I went to properties of the folder to share
& then choose the share tab, click on share this folder & click
on allow other people to write in this folder, then click on
Received message: 'net usershare' returned error 255: net usershare: cannot open usershare directory /var/lib/samba/usershares. Error Permission denied
You do not have permission to create a usershare. Ask your administrator to grant you permissions to create a share.
I checked my rights, I have write and deletes permission and I created this folder
Can anyone give me some input on this?
It was easy, everything s under sharing options