SMB shares on Ubuntu 22 server

SMB shares can be created either with UI on a desktop version or command line on a server installation. You can use this shares both on Linux stations and Windows boxes as well. We are going to create editors group and add current user to this group. Share location is under /data folder which is owner by editors group who’s participants can read and write to this shares folders.

sudo apt-get install samba -y
# edit /etc/samba/smb.conf and set your workgroup name
# ...
sudo mkdir /data
sudo groupadd editors
sudo usermod -aG editors $USER # current user
sudo chgrp -R editors /data
sudo chmod -R g+rw /data

Now once again edit smb.conf file to add a share configuration:

[DATA]
path = /data
valid users = @editors
browsable = yes
writable = yes
read only = no

Restart smbd service:

sudo systemctl restart smbd

And the last thing is to map system users to SMB users:

sudo smbpasswd -a SOMEUSER
sudo smbpasswd -e SOMEUSER
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