Scan to SMB on Ubuntu 10, 11
Samba is the standard Windows interoperability suite of programs for Linux and Unix. It is an important component to seamlessly integrate Linux/Unix Servers and Desktops into Active Directory environments using the winbind daemon.
First, check if Samba is installed on Ubuntu.
Go to System > Administration and look for Samba. If Samba is not on the list, then install it.
Go to Applications > Accessories > Terminal
sudo apt-get install samba samba-common
Installing Samba Configuration tool:
sudo apt-get install system-config-samba
Configuring Samba using GUI:
Before we configure Samba, let us create first a folder to be shared.
Go to System > Application > Samba
Click Add Share
Click Browse button under Create Samba Share window
Browse for the folder you want to share, here it’s scan2smb folder in the Desktop
Back in the Create Samba Share window, check on Writable and Visible then OK
Please allow access to at least one user window will pop out, click OK
In Create Samba Share Access tab, select Allow access to everyone then OK
Right-click the folder to be shared and select Sharing Options
In the Folder Sharing window, check all the boxes
Click Create Share
A warning window will appear, click Add the permissions automatically
Kyocera Command Center set up:
Host name: Host name of Ubuntu PC or its IP address, ryel-ubuntu or 192.168.22.146
Path: Shared Folder, scan2smb
Login User Name: Login name on Ubuntu, ariel
Login Password: Ubuntu password, password
or see the image below
In Terminal, type in