/etc/samba/smb.conf

[global]
   workgroup = 888
   server string = nuc
   security = user
   syslog only = no
   dns proxy = no
   log level = 3
   force directory mode = 0777
   force create mode = 0777
   guest ok = no
   force user = root
   force group = root
   read only = no
   valid users = rufie hendry
   vfs object = recycle
   recycle:repository = DELETED
   recycle:keeptree = yes
   recycle:directory_mode=777
   veto files = /._*/.DS_Store/
   delete veto files = yes

[raid1]
   comment = Raided store
   path = /mnt/raid1

[ext2tb]
   comment = Nonresilent
   path = /mnt/2tb

On Arch's Samba I found that I had to set the password on an existing user like so smbpasswd -a rufie. I have no idea where the password is actually stored. I found this would no work unless the existing user was in PAM. You will get a Could not find user BLAH and no add script defined otherwise.

client /etc/fstab

//nuc.local/raid1 /mnt/raid1 cifs username=hendry,uid=1000,gid=100,noauto,nofail,user

RAID1 configuration with USB drives

Btw I am actually RAID1 two external USB drives. It's EXPERIMENTAL at this stage & I wouldn't recommend doing this.

Btw I asked the samba list for some clarity regarding the PAM/passwd integration.

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