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Hi there. I want to set up an smb file share for everyone to use. The file share will have subfolders and I want some subfolders to be locked so that people who need to connect to the specific subfolders need a username and password. This subfolder will have some files in it that not everyone in the office is allowed to see. I'm running ubuntu server 18.04 And I know I can just create 2 different share folders, and that would be my alternative if I can't get it to work the way I want it to work. Anyone with advice who can help me, it would be appreciated. Thanks submitted by /u/Fade_Yeti [link] [comments]

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Hello, I jump into things head first. I went from youtube vids about linux, to cinnamon, to i3, to arch and no more cinnamon. It has been difficult, but fun. Right now, my mouse is broken, my connection to the internet is broken, My sudo has been messed up since I did something recursive during chmod. I just want a clean start. Where, if I have a problem this time-- I will investigate man pages and arch wiki and reddit and solve the problem instead of letting things get unmanageable. Is there an easy way to start over with a clean Arch install- with i3 (I have tmux now but I think that confused things for me and my terminal config files. so, i will do away with tmux until I figure everything else out and can gracefully intergrate the package) For a long time I went without a graphic interface. It was fun, but eventually I gave in once parts of the computer stopped working and I wanted to use other packages that depended on it. I installed xfce. Was that a smart move? What are the advantages of having a GUI? Also, I have an external hard-drive that I would like to be able to integrate into the OS. I appreciate any advice. submitted by /u/trekgirl47 [link] [comments]

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