I have been running various Linux distro’s for a little over 4 years, but I still consider myself a Linux newbie (I’ll probably always be that way since it’s way too late for me to learn how to replace all the mainframe and Windows knowledge I accumulated over the last 45 or so years. I am currently a Mint user, but even more than that I’m a KDE user and Mint is planning to drop their KDE-embedded iso. So, I have been looking at a lot of distro’s that continue to support KDE. I’d bet you have heard this before - from other Mint-migrants.
So far I am having success and fun with Manjaro. It seems pretty intuitive even though the Arch-based package manager is quite different from the Debian-based systems I am somewhat familiar with.
My first problem is that, although I can ping my Manjaro box on my network, I can’t actually access it. Often that’s because a username/password hasn’t been added to Samba. I tried that but there is no Samba.conf file. It usually gets initialized when the Samba server runs. However, I can’t find a Samba server. What am I doing wrong - or not doing? How does this work in Manjaro?
Thanks in advance…!!