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Try adding this to your windows machine registry using regedit: Location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanWorkstation\Parameters Key: "DirectoryCacheLifetime"=dword:00000000 This fixed a problem specifically for Windows 7 (not Windows 8/8.1) machines which I found with files being saved to a Samba share by printer/scanners. A ...


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I've fixed the issue mounting by hand instead of rely on dbus/gvfs whitchcraft, and then I could add the clips


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In the answer that bytesum gives, readonly-share must not be a full path, but the path stripped of its $HOME part. I.e.: in my case I was testing to share /home/me/Documents; my machine is named MYMACHINE. So in Windows7 I had to specify when mapping a network drive: \\MYMACHINE\Documents note the absence of /home/me. Problem solved.


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try to delete much space on the disk where the virtual machine is located, I had the same problem after I moved some big iso files to that disk where the VM was located, then I realized then when i deleted those iso's everything worked fine. I even tested that. I believe that problems are being see if your virtual machine is not preallocated and space left ...


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HD getting full? File fragmentation? HD beginning failure? Network cables damaged/dirty? WiFi interference? I don't think the CPU being throttled to a slow frequency would make a difference in file transfers, but...?


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Buy a wifi router, host a web-site on ubuntu (e.g nginx), make an html which contains url for the files you want to download, then just type 192.168.1.2 yyghjj


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This was my mistake: rsync --bwlimit=1000 -r /home/alex/mounts/* && should actually be rsync --bwlimit=1000 -r /home/alex/mounts/ && Cheers!


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"Solved" this by creating a smb user with the same user name I use in Windows 10. And if I set the same password that I use in Windows, samba share does not asks for password. Otherwise, it will ask for password, but I use other user to login into it. OR you can comment the line: map to guest = bad user and it will works fine.


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1) Absolutely fine to keep them powered by AC adapter 24/7. Unlike many laptops, I haven't yet seen a tablet that works without the battery inserted, even with the AC adapter plugged in. Besides, many tablets have their batteries factory built-in so you can't take them out. 2) Modern WiFi is really good. 35 devices is no problem even in the same room. Get a ...


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Are you running SAMBA as server? Then look for "unix extensions" in "smb.conf" and enable them. https://www.samba.org/samba/docs/man/manpages-3/smb.conf.5.html#UNIXEXTENSIONS With "unix extensions" enabled, SAMBA supports hard links, unix ownership information and mode for files and directories (aka. permissions). However, this setting is a global ...


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And on a Mac with the smbutil: smbutil view [-options] //[domain;][user[:password]@]server and as @slhck mentioned above use the man smbutil for more information for MacOSX's BSD flavored command line.


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This ended up being the solution: Setting up a Windows computer, so I could backup of all of my data (that wasn't for some reason possible on my Mac). Returning the hard drive to WD, stating that it was not reachable after installing updates. Received a replacement drive today. Thanks for your inputs.



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