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Description of problem:
In the redhat-config-samba there isn't a way to specify manually a
When you create a new share, you can specify only the path to share
and a description of the share.
I think that now the share name derives from the last part of the
shared path, but if I need to share this path with another name? Or if
I have 2 differend path with the same final part (example
/home/michele/data -> became "data", and /opt/data -> became "data"
too !!) what can I do?
I think that is important to add a field with the share name manually
It is important not only to avoid name conflict, but also because the
share name is the name seen over the network, so user should be able
to change that.
Best regards (and sorry for my bad english)
Steps to Reproduce:
Configuring a new share point
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 110804 ***
Changed to 'CLOSED' state since 'RESOLVED' has been deprecated.