What does your smb.conf look like? Have you run testparm in terminal to see if there is an issue? Is nautilus-share (extension) installed? There really isn’t a lot to work with here in attempting to solve the issue.
thank you, i didn’t know where to look for the problem. I have now installed the nautilus-share application. I still can’t see network places. Samba works for me because I can connect to a shared disk (hdd) if I enter “smb://ip/nas” manually.
I did not create the file: /etc/samba/smb.conf. Should I create this file manually? Thank you
I followed the instructions
if I try to share a folder in the nautilus I have this error: “net usershare” returned error 255
If you have manjaro-settings-samba installed, that will create a default smb.conf. You will need to read the samba documentation to configure to your liking, eg. in Global section:
client min protocol = SMB2
With nautilus-share, if it is similar to thunar-shares-plugin…have you right clicked on folder(s) that you would like to share and chosen something to the effect of “share this folder”?
Check ownership of the folder(s) that you are trying to share. Make sure that folder(s) are owned by you as user and not owned by root.