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מדריך:איך להתקין Samba באובונטו לוינדוס 10

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איך להתקין Samba באובונטו לחלונות 10


מדריך זה מסביר איך להתקין שרת Samba במערכת ההפעלה ubuntu לשיתוף תיקיות בחלונות 10.   מערכות ההפעלה שבהן התנסיתי: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Ubuntu Mate(16.04 LTS) (אולי יעבוד בעוד גרסאות וסוגי מערכות הפעלה לינוקס)   נבצע עדכון ושדרוגים אם צריך: sudo apt-get update & apt-get upgrade נתקין את הSamba מהריפו הרשמי: sudo apt-get install samba ניצור סיסמה לתיקיות הרשת: sudo smbpasswd -a YOUR-PASSWORD YOUR-PASSWORD = הסיסמה שלכם.   ניצור ת

 

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    • על-ידי icecore
      אז קודם כל מיקרוסופט יצאו בהכרזה שמאפשרת התקנה של תת מערכות הפעלה תחת חלונות 10, זה משפר המון את השילוב בין 2 סוגי מערכות הפעלה: לינוקס וחלונות(Wndows).
      במדריך הבא, נספר לכם איך אפשר להתקין את הדבר המדהים הזה על מערכת הפעלה עובדת ללא שום Dual boot שהיה קיים עד עכשיו,
      ובדרך לא דרך היינו חייבים לעשות את זה עם כלים ללא תמיכה מלאה כיום.
       
      מה זה WSL2?
      ניתן לקרוא בעמוד הרשמי של מיקרוסופט כאן(קישור).
      עוד מידע בנושא כאן(קישור).
       
      דרישות מקדימות:
      עדכון מאי 2020 של חלונות 10 מחשב עם תמיכה בHyper-V Virtualization טכנית אפשר להתקין בגרסאות Windows 10 build 18917 או מתקדמות יותר.
      
      מה שנעשה, הוא מספר שלבים להתקנה והפעלה האפשרות הזו:
      הפעלת WSL2 הפעלת מכונה הווירטואלית הגדרת WSL2 כברירת מחדל התקנת גרסת הפצה של לינוקס בכל אחד מהשלבים, השימוש הוא באמצעות PowerShell לכתיבת הפקודות, ניתן למצוא את התוכנה הזו במערכת ההפעלה שלכם כבר מותקנת, ניתן למצוא אותה על ידי חיפוש בתפריט ה"התחל".
       
      רשימת ההפצות הנתמקום כרגע:
      Ubuntu Debian OpenSUSE / SUSE Enterprise Linux Kali Linux Fedora Pengwin (ניתן לפתוח את חנות התוכנות של מיקרוסופט ולבצע חיפוש לפי מילת מפתח linux)
       
      1. הפעלת WSL2
      פותחים את Powershell כמנהל ומריצים את הפקודה הבאה:
       
      dism.exe /online /enable-feature /featurename:Microsoft-Windows-Subsystem-Linux /all /norestart  
      2. הפעלת מכונה הווירטואלית
      WSL2 דורש להפעיל את הפיצ'ר של המכונה הוירטואלית.
      מריצים את הפקודה הבאה להפעלת האפשרות הזו:
      dism.exe /online /enable-feature /featurename:VirtualMachinePlatform /all /norestart  
      מומלץ להפעיל מחדש את המחשב לאחר השלב הזה, בכדי לוודא שאין תקלות שנגלה אותן בהמשך.
       
      3. הגדרת WSL2 כברירת מחדל
      נריץ את הפקודה הבאה בכדי לקבוע את WSL2 כברירת מחדל:
      wsl --set-default-version 2  
      עכשיו נתקין את אחת ההפצות של מערכת ההפעלה מבוססת על Linux(אני מעדיף Ubuntu, תפעול דומה בשאר ההפצות):
      Ubuntu 20.04 בחנות של Microsoft
       
      נתקין גם את Windows Terminal מהחנות:
      Windows Terminal בחנות של Microsoft
       
      זהו! סיימנו את ההתקנה וההגדרות הבסיסיות!
      עכשיו תוכלו למצוא את קיצור הדרך בתפריט "התחל", הפעלה ראשונה עלולה לקחת מספר דקות להגדרות ראשוניות.
    • על-ידי icecore
      View this tutorial איך להתקין WSL2 בחלונות 10
      אז קודם כל מיקרוסופט יצאו בהכרזה שמאפשרת התקנה של תת מערכות הפעלה תחת חלונות 10, זה משפר המון את השילוב בין 2 סוגי מערכות הפעלה: לינוקס וחלונות(Wndows). במדריך הבא, נספר לכם איך אפשר להתקין את הדבר המדהים הזה על מערכת הפעלה עובדת ללא שום Dual boot שהיה קיים עד עכשיו, ובדרך לא דרך היינו חייבים לעשות את זה עם כלים ללא תמיכה מלאה כיום.   מה זה WSL2? ניתן לקרוא בעמוד הרשמי של מיקרוסופט כאן(קישור). עוד מידע בנושא כאן(קישור).   דרישות מקדימות: עדכון מאי 20 Author icecore Category IT וחומרה Submitted 06/19/2020 01:41 PM Updated 06/19/2020 01:47 PM  
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