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wiki:guides:admins:easa_share [2017/01/24 11:26]
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wiki:guides:admins:easa_share [2017/01/24 11:28] (current)
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     * Click **Edit**     * Click **Edit**
     * Click **Add**     * Click **Add**
-    * Write "easa" ​in the textbox+    * Write **easa** in the textbox
     * Click **Check Names** (The user will be found and turn underlined)     * Click **Check Names** (The user will be found and turn underlined)
     * Click OK button     * Click OK button
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     * Select the **Log On** tab     * Select the **Log On** tab
     * Check the option **This account** and click **Browse**     * Check the option **This account** and click **Browse**
-    * Type "easa" ​in the textbox and click **Check Names**+    * Type **easa** in the textbox and click **Check Names**
     * Click OK     * Click OK
     * Type the <​password>​ (specified above) on both **Password** and **Confirm Password** fields     * Type the <​password>​ (specified above) on both **Password** and **Confirm Password** fields
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   * Finally, the **easa-share** folder must be shared between these computers:   * Finally, the **easa-share** folder must be shared between these computers:
     * Navigate to the **EasaServerData** folder on the **EASA Server** machine. ​     * Navigate to the **EasaServerData** folder on the **EASA Server** machine. ​
-    * Right click on "easa-share" ​folder and select Properties+    * Right click on **easa-share** folder and select Properties
     * Select the Sharing tab and click on Advanced Sharing     * Select the Sharing tab and click on Advanced Sharing
     * Enable **Share this folder**     * Enable **Share this folder**
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 Follow these steps to configure remote access: Follow these steps to configure remote access:
  
-  * Navigate to the ''​EasaServerData'' ​folder on the **EASA Server** machine. +  * Navigate to the **EasaServerData** folder on the **EASA Server** machine. 
-  * Right click on "easa-share" ​folder and select Properties+  * Right click on **easa-share** folder and select Properties
   * Select the Sharing tab and click on Advanced Sharing   * Select the Sharing tab and click on Advanced Sharing
   * Enable **Share this folder**   * Enable **Share this folder**
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 The following configuration should be made only if the main EASA Server machine is running on a UNIX based OS. If the shared folder has to be used by a UNIX machine then follow [[wiki:​guides:​admins:​easa_share#​Mount easa-share in UNIX|Mount easa-share in UNIX]]. The following configuration should be made only if the main EASA Server machine is running on a UNIX based OS. If the shared folder has to be used by a UNIX machine then follow [[wiki:​guides:​admins:​easa_share#​Mount easa-share in UNIX|Mount easa-share in UNIX]].
  
-  * Install EASA Server and make sure ''​/​root/​EasaServerData/​easa-share'' ​folder exists (by default it installs under the ''​/root'' ​folder)\\ \\ +  * Install EASA Server and make sure **/​root/​EasaServerData/​easa-share** folder exists (by default it installs under the **/root** folder)\\ \\ 
   * Install [[https://​www.samba.org/​|Samba]],​ if it's not already installed, with the following commands:   * Install [[https://​www.samba.org/​|Samba]],​ if it's not already installed, with the following commands:
  
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-  * Configure samba configuration file with the following command (make a backup first in the ''​/home'' ​folder):+  * Configure samba configuration file with the following command (make a backup first in the **/home** folder):
  
  
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 Skip the step about network path to easa-share when using the installer to install a remote JSF or EASA-WS, because for this case it wil be set manually. Skip the step about network path to easa-share when using the installer to install a remote JSF or EASA-WS, because for this case it wil be set manually.
  
-  * Install ​"cifs-utils" ​with the following command:+  * Install ​**cifs-utils** with the following command:
  
          sudo apt-get install cifs-utils          sudo apt-get install cifs-utils
  
-  * Create a folder for easa-share (I will create it under ''​/mnt'' ​but any path can be used):+  * Create a folder for easa-share (I will create it under **/mnt** but any path can be used):
  
            sudo mkdir /​mnt/​easa-share            sudo mkdir /​mnt/​easa-share
  
-  * Modify the ''​/etc/fstab'' ​file to set the mount at bootup+  * Modify the **/etc/fstab** file to set the mount at bootup
  
   * Open the file in a text editor   * Open the file in a text editor
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   cd root/​EasaServerData   cd root/​EasaServerData
  
-  * Edit the ''​shared.properties'' ​file (use sudo if the root privileges were dropped in the meantime):+  * Edit the **shared.properties** file (use sudo if the root privileges were dropped in the meantime):
  
        gedit shared.properties        gedit shared.properties