Does this mean “no there isn’t”
It would seem to me that a package like SAMBA really should either come preconfigured or some sort of script with GUI that does the work of getting it going.
So far, I have only made it as far as being able to see that the Manjaro machine is on the network from a different machine running PuppyLinux I guess this is progress.
“run samba” in the menu does nothing
Smb4K starts but goes into the “Looking for workgroups and domains…” mode and gets no further.
Sadly, this is a systemd based 64 bit Linux so I can’t just copy all the samba stuff from puppy linux and try that.
Thus I am stuck with trial and error etc for now.
Like every other server requirements you will have to setup sharing manually.
Even if you install the Manjaro Samba meta package - this will not share any location easily. You will have to learn to configure your samba service daemon to serve what ever folder you want to serve - and this is not straight forward.