I would like to share an article about accessing and serving SMB/CIFS shares on/from FreeBSD system.
SMB/CIFS on FreeBSD
#verblog #freebsd #samba #smb #cifs #share
My FreeBSD 11.2 box has the strange behavior that copying a file via NFS, SMB, or AFP is always capped at exactly 60 MByte/s. However, copying the same file to the same client via SCP immediately hits GBit line speed at 110 MByte/s.
It shouldn't be a hardware limitation, I can read the...
After some of the system upgrades (I'm using synth) SMB gfvs functionality in x11-fm/pcmanfm stopped working.
At the closer look I've noticed that devel/gvfs still depends on (and installs) net/samba-libsmbclient which the ports system now says is obsoleted:
Hello everybody, I have just registered here because I am planning a project where I think FreeBSD could be the ideal OS.
I am currently running a dual boot system with Arch Linux and Windows 10. Both systems have FDE, Linux with LUKS (LVM) and Windows with Bitlocker, so data can not be easily...
I am trying to configure Samba shares on a headless FreeBSD 10.2 box and having a tremendous amount of difficulty getting them working the way I want.
I have two shares right now, Veeam (for my Veeam Endpoint Backup jobs on Windows clients) and sladd, a user share. Veeam seems to work fine as...