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Sharing exFAT drive via Netatalk, can't create directories

I was able to solve this problem by adding: unix priv = no to the [share] section in /etc/netatalk/afp.conf. Inspirational source: http://www.gattis.org/Work-and-Tech/operating-systems-and-...
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Mapping to Shared Drive on Linksys Router

Solved. I was missing leading / vers=1.0 may have helped Drive had two logical names. S-Drive wasn't working. Seagate was. Use: sudo mount --verbose -o username=John,password=********,vers=1.0 //...
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FTP Server Installing on Pi 3 Debian Strench 9

I do not understand why VSFTPD, ProFTPD, PureFTPD should not work. They all are available from the default Raspbian repository. You should be able to just install one of them, configure and run it. ...
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How do I share files with a Mac?

As Apple abandoned AFP in favor of SMB3 you should try using samba instead.
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MiniDLNA issue - not indexing files

To me it looks more like a bug. Not all folders were shown. After renaming the missing folders on the harddisk just by adding '1' at the end of the folders name hthey appeared. And they stay visible ...
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MiniDLNA issue - not indexing files

When I had the same problem, which wasn't resolved with the -R option, I solved it by changing name of one of the folders in my video share. (/Share/Video/Horror -> /Share/Video/Horror_t), then ...
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MiniDLNA issue - not indexing files

In my case it turned out to be the file /var/cache/minidlna/files.db that was owned by root instead of the user minidlna. I removed the files after stopping minidlna, restarted with a force rescan and ...
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How can I connect to my RPi NFS server using version 4?

/exports/myfolder 192.168.1.0/24(rw,sync,insecure,no_subtree_check,nohide) run exportfs -ra and check your exports with 'exportfs -rv' command. then try to mount it : mount -t nfs4 192.168.1.91:/...
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How do I share files with a Mac?

You have followed an old SysV guide, and probably messed something up. See https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/39665/8697 - all you should NEED to do is install netatalk. You could then customise /...
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How to access a Samba shared folder from a Pi

You can use mount command  sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.x.x/<your-share> /home/pi/my-share username=pi, password=mypass You may need to install cifs-utils
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Accessing the samba shared files from the raspi

[EDITED RESPONSE II] I will guess that the inode/x-corrpted message may be due to some permissions issues between your RPi and your Windoze machine. If that's the case, your files are not actually ...
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Connect RPi to PC with direct Ethernet?

Here is what you could try (expanding on the comment by Seamus): Connect Raspberry Pi and Windows PC by Ethernet cable Find out IP-address of Ethernet interface of the Raspberry Pi. Normally this ...
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MiniDLNA issue - not indexing files

I had similar issue. I fixed it by allowing user minidlna accessing media files. In my case files are on external UBS drive where media folder is owner by www-data user and www-data group. www-data is ...
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sftp, scp to GoDaddy server Permission denied

With rpi ~$ scp /home/pi/Pictures/image.jpg [email protected]:/ you are trying to copy the image to the root directory / on blah.com. Doing such things isn't allowed usually for normal user. You get the ...
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Access files from one raspi of another

Answers: Yes - Samba is a good choice for what you want to do. There are many good resources for setting up Samba, here's one I created The main alternative for Samba is NFS. Each has its pros and ...
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Raspberry Pi Zero as a usb ethernet gadget but with networked storage

The Raspberry Pi Zero does not have a wired port to connect it direct to your network, so you always have to use an additional device with an USB port and a wired network port. As you noted you will ...
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How to configure Raspberry Pi 3 as a Jump Server?

With specific services like tftp you can use port forwarding on the Raspberry Pi to forward the network traffic to the MS Windows computer. For my example I will use interface eth0. Just change it if ...
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How to copy file to USB Mounted on Pi from SSH Server

Per the comments, I just needed to use the sftp.get method, not .put.
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Connect RPi to PC with direct Ethernet?

Copy the files to the /boot directory on the Pi. switch off the Pi remove the SD card put the SD card in a card reader attach the card reader to the PC copy the files from the card reader to the PC
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Connect RPi to PC with direct Ethernet?

I'll make some assumptions. You can't install anything on the PC. You can't change anything on the PC. If you connect an ethernet cable on the PC, it will request configuration from a DHCP service. ...
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sharing printer and cd-rom via local network

Install the samba server: rpi ~$ sudo apt update rpi ~$ sudo apt full-upgrade rpi ~$ sudo apt install samba It description (apt show samba) says: SMB/CIFS file, print, and login server for Unix ...
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Raspberry Raid 0 gains

Hmm, I got much faster reads from 4x USB drives as a raid than a single. I currently have a raid 0 of old HDD's running MySQL server at the moment, and it moves through data pretty quickly. For some ...
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MiniDLNA issue - not indexing files

In my case the scanning stopped when it reached an empty video file. (Just the empty file with *.avi extension). There was even no info in the minidlna debug log, it just silently stopped on that file....
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Use rPi as a remote access a network drive when outside of network

I'd recommend having a conversation with your IT department about viable alternatives for access (for example getting VPN access) rather than trying to engineer out some solution yourself. Not only ...
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Saving files on External HD on Pi 3 from Ubuntu

As an alternative, you may setup a Samba (SMB or CIFS) share on your RPi. See Samba for details. The advantages are that both Linux and Windows systems can read and write SMB/CIFS shares. There are ...
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GUI for LAN Shares

Filezilla is the simplest way to do it. You can install it on one Pi and use it to see the directories on both, for transferring. It is easily installed: sudo apt-get install filezilla All it ...
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Sync files between Mac and raspberry pi

export the directory on the pi with nfs and then use rsync to synchronize the files from the mac to the pi or vice versa.
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Sync files between Mac and raspberry pi

You might be able to this by setting up a local git server on your pi. Git is a version control system that is built around a branch-merge control system. This basically means that when you're ...
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