It's now deprecated. Beware: If you select authentication mode as 'share', Sambashare will fail to start on next boot and you'll be trying to figure out why.
Note that in version 19.1 this has to be run as root, and if invoked from the Menu will produce no output. From a command prompt, type sudo system-config-samba
The 1. sudo touch Works... The 2. sudo -h system-config-samba GIVES Error
How to fix the launch : 1) sudo touch /etc/libuser.conf 2)sudo -H system-config-samba
I love this to manage my windows shares.
Works great after running the command other reviewers are giving: sudo touch /etc/libuser.conf
In Linux Mint 18.3 Sylvia 64bit works well. I needed to run the command: sudo touch /etc/libuser.conf. Caution . Between "touch" and "/etc/libuser.consider", there is a blank space. We do not all know the terminal well.
IF NOT WORK USE: sudo touch /etc/libuser.conf
Ne fonctionne pas sous linux mint 18 64bits
Quote Terpe "the 'fix' is to enable samba on mint 18 by using 'sudo touch /etc/libuser.conf' in the terminal."
Solo hay que leer como arreglarlo, está en las reseñas.
If not launch - fix: sudo touch /etc/libuser.conf
The Real shame is people give this a low rating for not working whenen the 'fix' is to enable samba on Mint 18 by using 'sudo touch /etc/libuser.conf' in the terminal. If they would have actually read previous comments it is listed 4 or 5 times.
Real shame it won't even load in Sarah 64bit
can't run on Linux Mint 18 Cinnamon 64-bit
neither on Serena. Not even the windows gets opened
Same for me, won't run on Linux Mint 18 64-bit
After installing, can't run (linux mint 18 64-bit)
Linux Mint 17.3 'Rosa' (MATE 64-bit)... Worked right out-of-the-box. So stoked, I felt compelled to register and login just so I could rate this
Fix: sudo touch /etc/libuser.conf