How to build a file server in Linux (Unbubtu) Tags: File Server Build Linux Last response: January 19, 2011 8:40 PM in Linux/Free BSD Share Linux0007 January 19, 2011 12:21:34 PM I am looking to build file server in linux, preferably Unbuntu. First time building a file server. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, More about : build file server linux unbubtu Emerald a b 5 Linux January 19, 2011 7:31:00 PM If you have Windows clients, you will need to install Linux and then Samba. read up on the configuration of Samba. It can also be configured to work like a Domain server m 0 l Pyroflea a b 5 Linux January 19, 2011 8:40:55 PM Ubuntu would work just fine. If you're comfortable in the command line, Ubuntu Server would use less resources as well. Samba would also have to be used, as mentioned, to share files to Windows-based rigs. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Building SMB low power LINUX file and primary domain server Forum SolvedHow to autoHow to run a file at boot on Linux mint 16. Forum SolvedCheap linux file server/NAS Forum SolvedDebian Linux Server Build (Mini) Forum Best Linux for file and printer server. Forum SolvedCan someone do me a favor and connect to my ftp server and download a file then tell me how fast it was? Forum Linux/Plex File/Media Server Forum SolvedHow do you setup a web file server? Forum SolvedThoughts/Improvments on a small file server build Forum SolvedHow can I setup file server on this 3U Rackmount Server wiz 16 Sata drives Forum SolvedHow to setup a wireless File sharing server Forum SolvedHow to make domain users access file server in the same ip range but not part of the domain Forum SolvedMedia server/File server build Forum File server with Linux OS on Flash drive? Forum SolvedITX Local File Server/Game Server Build Forum old components - WHICH LINUX - 24/7 file server Forum Mobo for Linux File Server Forum Need suggestions for a Linux home server build Forum SolvedIs the motherboard and the psu in my file server build crap? Forum SolvedBuilding a Linux Media Server Forum More resources !