Mac OS X Easy File Sharing with Linux KDE and Gnome Desktops on Local Network

December 15th, 2013 by Stalker

Easy File Sharing Mac OS X with Linux Desktops




The Short Guide Shows You How-to SetUp KDE and Gnome Linux Desktops to Sharing Files with Mac OS X on Local Network.

A Similar Procedure should be Available with Little Effort also for: Xfce, Lxde, Cinnamon, Mate and Enlightenment Linux Desktops.

With this SetUp You will be Able to Easily Access the Mac OS X Drives from a Local Linux Desktop.

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Mac OS X SetUp:

  1. Open Terminal Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Easy File Sharing Mac OS X with Linux Desktops - Open Terminal
  2. Look Up Mac IP:

    ifconfig
  3. How-to Enable File Sharing on Mac OS X:

    Mac Enable File Sharing

Linux Desktops SetUp:

  1. Open a Terminal Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

  2. Install the Samba Package:

    • On Ubuntu/Debian/Mint Linux

      sudo su -c "apt-get install samba"
    • On Fedora/CentOS/RHEL Linux

      su -c "yum install samba"
    • On OpenSUSE Linux

      su -c "zypper install samba"
  3. Open File Manager Window

    Edit Address Like:

    smb://your.mac.ip.address

    In Case of Problems Check Your Firewall SetUp…

  4. How-to Install Evernote on Linux Distros:

    Installing Evernote on Linux

    Get Installed Google-Chrome Browser for Linux:

    Installing Google-Chrome for Linux

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