Odp: smbclient -> amount of free disk space incorrect
rszczesniak at mis.com.pl
Thu Sep 28 10:17:42 GMT 2000
Emmanuel Flachaire <e.flachaire at lse.ac.uk>
Do: "Rafał Szcześniak" <rszczesniak at mis.com.pl>
DW: samba-ntdom at us4.samba.org
Temat: Odp: smbclient -> amount of free disk space incorrect
>>Linux: ~ > smbclient //SERVER/printer1
>>added interface ip=184.108.40.206 bcast=220.127.116.11
>>Got a positive name query response from 18.104.22.168 ( 22.214.171.124
>>Domain=[TOTO] OS=[Windows NT 4.0] Server=[NT LAN Manager 4.0]
>>smb: \> dir
>>ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access denied.) listing \*
>> 0 blocks of size 0. 0 blocks available
> What do you expect to achieve, by typing such command in printer share?
I cannot print. So, I am diagnosing my samba server with the list of tests
proposed by Andrew Tridgell and detailed in the documentation of samba on
my Debian/Linux computer (file /usr/doc/samba/DIAGNOSIS.txt.gz). In this
documentation, Test 7 recommends to run the command
and says :
<<Once connected (smb: \>), you should especially check that the amount
free disk space shown is correct when you type "dir">>.
That is what I do.
Yes, but this make sense in disk share, as opposed to printer. I would
suggest to replace lpr/lpq/lprm params in smb.conf with commands
echo "Attempt to use lpr command to do a new print job"
echo "Attempt to use lpr command to do a new print job" >> logfile
and then watch your console/logfile. If printing at smb-level works you'll
notice some messages.
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