I helped someone to troubleshoot an issue with Samba. It has been found out that he couldn’t authenticate with his user account because he didn’t create a Samba password. The documentation on Manjaro wiki lacks a step that is pretty important to be able to connect to a share with a user account: creating a Samba password.
I suggest the addition of the following content at the end of the page.
Authenticate as a user to access to a share
In order to be able to access to a share hosted on your machine as a particular user, you will need to create a Samba password for that user. To create a Samba password for
<username>, enter the following command on the machine that runs the Samba server:
sudo smbpasswd -a <username>
For example, if you want to create a password for a user called foo, enter:
sudo smbpasswd -a foo
Once it is done, you’ll be able to access to a share from another computer as a particular user with the following credentials:
- Username = The username used for the Manjaro Linux account of that user;
- Password = The Samba password used for that user.
If you want to change the Samba password of that user, enter:
sudo smbpasswd <username>
Also, it could be good to add the article from Arch Wiki as a reference at the end of this page for additional technical information about Samba.