the correct command is:
sudo smbpasswd -a
WITHOUT user parameter, because the user is yourself! It serves to add a SAMBA PASSWORD to access shared folder. Check if user “sambashare” exist, and if your account is added to it (“groups <yourusername>”), and if sharing password is setting. Furthermore chek if smbd service is running and enabled (all these commands are listed in my guide). Check if you have shared at least one folder with nautilus context menu.
@sadatdaniel /tmp is mapping in RAM memory, rather then on disk partition. This to accomplish more i/o performance. Unfortunately your PC use too few RAM GB. If tmpfs use 376M, your total memory is less than 1GB, that is too little (By default tmpfs allocate 50% of total RAM). Try:
install another memory card of the same type than the one installed, OR…
add following row on /etc/fstab (edit w/sudo privileges):
tmpfs /tmp tmpfs nodev,nosuid,size=700M 0 0
then reboot. Try different values for “size” parameter.
I try to install and run (separately) both package of Master PDF Editor from AUR: “masterpdfeditor” and “masterpdfeditor-qt5”, both version 3.6.00-1. When I run any of two version, after a minute the program goes stuck the PC. I investigate, by gnome-system-monitor, and I discovered that, when Master PDF run, the memory growth to infinite, until stuck. I also try to change swappiness from 10 to 90, without success. I monitoring also /tmp by “df -h” command, and it doesn’t have any significant change.
Any suggestion is appreciated.
The last pamac update won’t work when updating packages, and remain in infinite loop. I try the pamac-aur version that work fine, but also this version has a bug: doesn’t find any package in the AUR repository. So I had to reinstall the latest version 3.2rc1-2, even if it fails to perform packages upgrades.
From tests with “strace” that I run, I found that the program remains in the loop after an API function “futex” with “FUTEX_WAKE_PRIVATE” parameter.
Any suggestion is appreciated.
Truly, if the samba.service service fails to start with it is not decisive. What needs work is the smbd.service service, and how you write it seems to work. The problems with sharing of the printer and / or printcap could be due to a misconfiguration of /etc/samba/smbd.conf file and/or their permissions. Or it could be caused by a wrong printer driver. Try:
[[email protected] ~]$ ls -l /etc/samba/smb.conf
-rw-r–r-- 1 root root 10719 14 gen 20.59 /etc/samba/smb.conf
and check permission, owner and group (both “root”). Then check if your account has included “sambashare” group:
[[email protected] ~]$ id
uid=1000(flavio) gid=100(users) gruppi=100(users),7(lp),10(wheel),90(network),91(video),92(audio),95(storage),618(sambashare)
or via “groups” command:
[[email protected] ~]$ groups
lp wheel network video audio storage users sambashare
if no, verify that exist sambashare group:
[[email protected] ~]$ getent group sambashare
if one or more of the above steps does not provide the correct results, then review the main instructions. Also check that you have correctly inserted the provisions within the file “/etc/samba/smb.conf”. As a last resort, you can try:
- sudo systemctl stop samba
- sudo systemctl stop smbd
- sudo mv /etc/samba/smbd.conf /etc/samba/smbd.conf.bak
- sudo pacman -R samba # complete the uninstallation of samba
- sudo pacman -Sy samba # re-install samba
then repeat step by step all my main instructions from start to finish.
So, I tried to update the cache, First I tried to find the icons of LAN Messenger:
[[email protected] ~]$ find /usr/share/icons/* -regex '.*?lmc.*?'
Then I run the command you suggested (w/sudo privileges and --force option):
sudo gtk-update-icon-cache -f /usr/share/icons/hicolor
This actually update “icon-theme.cache”, but this not solve missing icon. I investigate on other icons type that are resident in notify, and I discovered that is of Scalable Vector Graphics (".svg") types… Perhaps this could be the reason? LAN Messenger has only “.png” icons type…
However the issue of the missing sound, I did not find anything about it on the internet. The only question that comes to me is that my notebook has 2 audio outputs and perhaps LAN messenger fails to recognize the main audio card … I don’t know …