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phylogenesis
I have a Windows 7 shared folder on a PC and I can't see it from my Fedora 11 laptop. I rebooted the laptop to Windows 7 and via the crossover ethernet cable I transferred files. How can I see the shared folder when I am on Fedora?
I've enabled samba-client in the firewall
bigon
did I miss something? how can I add users to the backup operators group (rid=551?) and allow the users in that group to access windows machines?
Ceendat
if I was going to use linux for a file server for a mid size company, what flavor would i use?
alfredo
Im trying to start migrating some services on my network (windo* 2003) to linux, and Im thinking to start migrating the printing service to linux- Is it possible to migrate just the printing system to samba with a domain controller on 2003 server?
Zombie
I suppose.
Supertanker
I have this odd problem; I have smb.conf configured to force my share to a specific user, and I can create folders fine. But when I try to create a file inside that folder, it gives permission denied errors, even thoughthe folder is owned by the foced user and group.
From the connecting system, I have it mount the share with gid and uid options equalling the user I want to force to read and write on the server system, along with credentials for the actual connection.
I can't figure out why it seems to ignore the force user settings while trying to read or create files within a folder owned by that user!
My smb.conf is here: http://pastebin.com/m241583ab
Any ideas?
Pascal_1
Bonjour
Steff
Hi all. I'm getting problems authenticating to a samba server that is joined to a Windows 2008 AD. I've successfully joined samba to AD and winbind is enumerating users. The error I get is check_domain_match: Attempt to connect as user steff from domain TEST.INT denied. Google did not give me any useful result. What does this error mean?
I'm using Samba 3.4.3
eljo
samba is set up as domain member, access with a regular user works, but i need to give a service running as LOCAL access to a share (i.e. MYDOMAIN\FOO$)
all i get from logs (level = 10) is Get_Pwnam_internals didn't find user [MYDOMAIN\FOO$]
googled it up and down, but couldn't find anything.. help would be greatly appreciated :)
version is 3.2.13 apparently, on a openfiler 2.3 box
MrTorque
hi! i joined a windows machine in my domain. how do i store the windows-profile on the samba server?
i basicly followed http://www.samba.org/samba/docs/man/Samba-Guide/secure.html
RiXtEr
so, is there any easy way to migrate users from samba 3 to samba 4? (samba 3 is already using ldap as its backend)
MrTorque
hi! i joined a windows machine in my domain. how do i store the windows-profile on the samba server?
i basicly followed http://www.samba.org/samba/docs/man/Samba-Guide/secure.html
Arrowmaster
is there a utility like browstat.exe (or at least that does the same as 'browstat status') for samba?
milo
DDoS it's working... :-(
greeneg
w0ls0n: the machine is joined to the domain, as I _can_ login to the console with AD users, just cannot get the shares to mount for users
w0ls0n
RiXtEr: I'm actaully using FreeBSD
RiXtEr
ok
did you do a net join on the freebsd machine
w0ls0n
[/usr/ports/net/samba3] root@exsi# net join NS1
cannot join as standalone machine
RiXtEr
net join ns1 -U ns1\administrator
try that line
oh
w0ls0n
I still get
cannot join as standalone machine
RiXtEr
net ads join ns1 -U ns1\administrator
if its samba 4 or a win2k+ domain
with active directory
w0ls0n
samba3
RiXtEr
oh
use net rpc then
samba 3 is your pdc then?
w0ls0n
Host is not configured as a member server.
wtf
I have 6 XP boxes connected to it
RiXtEr
hrm
may have changed since I last did it
there is a net dom option nwo
there is a net dom option now
net dom join domain=NS1
may work
w0ls0n
let me try that
No command: dom
nope
RiXtEr
testparm -V and tell me the samba version
w0ls0n
let me give that some different options
Version 3.0.37
RiXtEr
oh
ok
i am on 3.40
or something like that
3.4.0
that is
I knew there were some new options ;)
greeneg
nvm, figured out my problem.... seems that the 'valid users = %S, %D%w%S' setting in smb.conf was blocking access.
w0ls0n
ah
Server role: ROLE_STANDALONE
ill change that to ROLE_DOMAIN_MEMBER
then try that
thanks
jhutchins_lt
I am having problems with file creation on a CIFS share. create mode is 0777, but the files are being created 0600