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How to share files and folders in Ubuntu

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This brief tutorial will outline how to enable file sharing in Ubuntu.

1. Sharing files and folders across your network from your Ubuntu PC is every bit as easy as sharing files in Windows (arguably, it’s easier). Start by right-clicking the folder you want to share, and select Share Folder. If the services required to share files/folders aren’t installed, you’ll be prompted to install them.

2. After clicking Install services they will automatically start to download and install.

3. More Here.



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