Can Linux access SMB share? Linux (UNIX) machines can also browse and mount SMB shares. Note that this can be done whether the server is a Windows machine or a Samba server! An SMB client program for UNIX machines is included with the Samba distribution. It provides an ftp-like interface on the command line.
How do I log into Samba share? You can use Nautilus to view available Samba shares on your network. Select Places (on the Panel) => Network Servers to view a list of Samba workgroups on your network. You can also type smb: in the File => Open Location bar of Nautilus to view the workgroups.
How do I connect to a Linux share? Access a Windows shared folder from Linux using Nautilus
From the File menu, select Connect to Server. In the Service type drop-down box, select Windows share. In the Server field, enter the name of your computer. Click Connect.
How do I access my SMB drive? To access the Samba share from Windows Explorer, start typing the IP address to our share in the search area. I am using the hostname of the Samba server. In my case, it is centos . You can also access the share by using the IP address of the Samba server.