On 2016-09-11 11:59 AM, Nigel Auger via talk wrote:
This suggestion is a bit of a stab in the dark based on a hunch but make
sure your user exists as a samba user. Try the following:

sudo smbpasswd -a userid

Then enter your user password when prompted. Obviously you can skip the
"sudo" if you are logged in as root or using a distro that doesn't use
sudo (PCLinuxOS).

I found the solution. I did this so long ago I forgot. :)

I added this section to samba.conf

        comment = Photography
        path = /big0/photography
        writeable = yes
;       browseable = yes
        guest ok = yes
        force user = stephen
        force group = stephen

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