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Poll Results: How long have you been using your current, main installation?

 
  • 24% (50)
    less then a month
  • 23% (47)
    less then six months
  • 14% (30)
    less then a year
  • 24% (49)
    less then three years
  • 13% (27)
    three years+
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post #1741 of 4043
Holy crap Metro Last Light is now Linux native! We're making some progress after all. Though very slow. So what are the big non-Valve titles now? Serious Sam, Metro, and ?
     
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Holy crap Metro Last Light is now Linux native! We're making some progress after all. Though very slow. So what are the big non-Valve titles now? Serious Sam, Metro, and ?

 

Last time I checked, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Borderlands 2, Civilization 5, and Rome II were "coming soon".

post #1743 of 4043
Am I doing this wrong, I have three computers in my house, my main rig which dual boots Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 13.10, my laptop that has Ubuntu 12.10 because I've been too lazy to upgrade it, and a server that has Ubuntu server on it. I set up a Samba share on the server that has a couple of shares, one for backup, one for media, and one for my wife. The windows part works great, but I have trouble finding the shares in Ubuntu, where sometimes I have to hit CTR + L in network locations and type smb://serverip to get it to show up. I know Samba is based off of Windows shares, so now I'm wondering if I need set the server up differently to share to the linux machines?
post #1744 of 4043
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Originally Posted by thestraw0039 View Post

Am I doing this wrong, I have three computers in my house, my main rig which dual boots Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 13.10, my laptop that has Ubuntu 12.10 because I've been too lazy to upgrade it, and a server that has Ubuntu server on it. I set up a Samba share on the server that has a couple of shares, one for backup, one for media, and one for my wife. The windows part works great, but I have trouble finding the shares in Ubuntu, where sometimes I have to hit CTR + L in network locations and type smb://serverip to get it to show up. I know Samba is based off of Windows shares, so now I'm wondering if I need set the server up differently to share to the linux machines?

SMB is an IBM thing - it pre-dates NT.

As for sharing in Linux, NFS and sshfs would be your best two bets. NFS would be doing things properly. But sshfs is massively convenient so a great option if you're feeling lazy and just want adhoc shares.
post #1745 of 4043
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Originally Posted by Plan9 View Post

SMB is an IBM thing - it pre-dates NT.

As for sharing in Linux, NFS and sshfs would be your best two bets. NFS would be doing things properly. But sshfs is massively convenient so a great option if you're feeling lazy and just want adhoc shares.

Thanks Plan, I'll give this a go tonight if I get some time. Quick question, the end goal here is a file server and use Rsync to backup my important documents to the server and sync with the desktop if I change a file. After playing around with Rsync last night I realize it's going to be easiest to go through SSH to backup, but do you recommend a different way to do this?
post #1746 of 4043
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Originally Posted by thestraw0039 View Post

Thanks Plan, I'll give this a go tonight if I get some time. Quick question, the end goal here is a file server and use Rsync to backup my important documents to the server and sync with the desktop if I change a file. After playing around with Rsync last night I realize it's going to be easiest to go through SSH to backup, but do you recommend a different way to do this?

I wouldn't use sshfs for this because sshfs -as the name suggests- is just mounting volumes over SSH. So you might as well just use SSH. The real question is whether you want to use SSH or NFS, and the answer to that depends on security.

With SSH, you'd need to set up passwordless keys and that means you'd need to sandbox rsync logins. It's possible to do this, but it's really not practical unless you're rsyncing over the WAN (as leaving NFS open over the WAN is very insecure). If this is just backing up over your LAN, then NFS is definitely the better approach.

Which way is the sync originating (ie is your file server "dumb" and just receiving what ever is pushed from your laptop et al; or is your file server active in pulling the files from your laptop?)
post #1747 of 4043
I'm doing this on LAN for the most part. I will be pushing from the the laptop or desktop for the most part. My main concern is I have a Keepass database that stores all of my passwords and I want to use the server as an easy way to get it from the laptop to the desktop when I change a password.
post #1748 of 4043
LOL. So I finally figured out my Steam Games issue...seems that Steam and all my games default to a rate of 20000 (AKA 20Hz IIRC) as soon as I change it in game things no longer are tearing. Now just need to fix the damn loading lag issue with L4D2, Portal, and the rest.
     
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post #1749 of 4043
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Originally Posted by Plan9 View Post

SMB is an IBM thing - it pre-dates NT.

As for sharing in Linux, NFS and sshfs would be your best two bets. NFS would be doing things properly. But sshfs is massively convenient so a great option if you're feeling lazy and just want adhoc shares.

So I set up my NFS share and finally got it working, but I am having an issue I can't find a solution for. My samba share is mounted under /mnt/nas where I have four directories, backup, media, me, wife. I can access and write to the nas folder, but the four directories (backup, media, me, wife) are read only for some reason. I've been Googling but can't find an answer and figure I am missing something obvious.

This is the line I added to /etc/exports
Code:
/mnt/nas/ 192.168.1.0/24(rw,no_subtree_check,sync)

Here is how I mounted it
Code:
sudo mount -t nfs Server:/mnt/nas mnt/Server

Here is the output of ls -l in the backup directory, I'm guessing its a permissions problem, I just don't know how to fix it.
Code:
/mnt/Server/backup$ ls -l
total 16
drwxr-xr-x 8 1001 1001 4096 Oct 19 14:08 Financial
drwxr-xr-x 3 1001 1001 4096 Oct 18 14:47 JAVA
drwxr-xr-x 2 1001 1001 4096 Oct 20 10:20 KeePass
drwxr-xr-x 4 1001 1001 4096 Oct 20 10:24 Work
post #1750 of 4043
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Originally Posted by thestraw0039 View Post

So I set up my NFS share and finally got it working, but I am having an issue I can't find a solution for. My samba share is mounted under /mnt/nas where I have four directories, backup, media, me, wife. I can access and write to the nas folder, but the four directories (backup, media, me, wife) are read only for some reason. I've been Googling but can't find an answer and figure I am missing something obvious.
I'm a little confused why you're talking about samba shares in a post about NFS. Was that accidental or is there more to your set up that I'm forgotten / missed?

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Originally Posted by thestraw0039 View Post

This is the line I added to /etc/exports
Code:
/mnt/nas/ 192.168.1.0/24(rw,no_subtree_check,sync)

Here is how I mounted it
Code:
sudo mount -t nfs Server:/mnt/nas mnt/Server

Here is the output of ls -l in the backup directory, I'm guessing its a permissions problem, I just don't know how to fix it.
Code:
/mnt/Server/backup$ ls -l
total 16
drwxr-xr-x 8 1001 1001 4096 Oct 19 14:08 Financial
drwxr-xr-x 3 1001 1001 4096 Oct 18 14:47 JAVA
drwxr-xr-x 2 1001 1001 4096 Oct 20 10:20 KeePass
drwxr-xr-x 4 1001 1001 4096 Oct 20 10:24 Work
What user are you trying to write to those directories as?
Also, can you post the output of mount please
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