Recipe: 007-Create Network Share

Recipe Card


007 : Network Share


Recipe Files Ingredients
Tested: Raspbian

WARNING: This recipe also requires the following recipe(s) to be setup on the SD-Card:


Recipe 001-Startup


See the markdown version of this recipe on the Pi-Kitchen GitHub site see:





SMB network share

The smb.conf needs to be copied over after samba has been installed.

Since this will need internet connection to install samba and user prompt to set password, this must be run manually by the user.

sudo ~/bin/

Noobs Config

/home/pi/recovery/pi-kitchen/007-network-share/bin/ home/pi/bin

How to use


Following installation of the OS, run the _INSTALLONCE/ script and follow the steps to setup the network share.



The ingredient files should be placed in the following location on the NOOBS RECOVERY partition:




This recipe uses the following files:










You can download all the ingredient files, and extracted directly to the NOOBS SD-Card (ensuring you remove the ZIP file’s name from the directory – the files should be extracted to pi-kitchen/007-network-share).

The Recipe Files

Each recipe will use one file for each of the partitions it installs to – boot, root and data).

You will need to suitably rename or copy the content of each of the following files into your recipe files (i.e. RaspbianPiKitchen_root.txt) and place them in your os folder in the NOOBS partition (i.e. os/Raspbian).

For more information see the Pi-Kitchen: Creating Flavours guide.



#Recipe: 007-network-share

#- Add files to setup SAMBA SMB folder share (need to run manually)

../../pi-kitchen/007-network-share/_INSTALLONCE/ /home/pi/bin/_INSTALLONCE

Enjoy baking your Raspberry Pi SD-Card fresh from the Pi-Kitchen.


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