Currently, my firewall service is disabled, so I do not need to be concerned with the firewall; however, I will only need to add in the TCP port
139 or the
If we install the Samba client package, we can list all the shares available to a given user. This is shown in the following command extract:
$ sudo yum install -y samba-client $ smbclient -U andrew -L //localhost
Once the Samba client is installed, we can use it to log in as
andrew; we will be prompted for the password and to list shares on the localhost. We should see the listed home directory coming from the
[homes] special share section. This is always there by default. We will see the output as expected, not the share name
andrew, as shown ...