ksh UWIN 1.6 and samba shares problem

Gerald Carter cartegw at Eng.Auburn.EDU
Fri Oct 2 20:59:45 GMT 1998

Pierre-Jules Tremblay wrote:
> Once again, the problem is triggered from ksh (UWIN version 1.6) when
> trying to list a directory located on a samba-served mapped network
> drive (UNCs are also a problem).  It seems that with smbd as of July
> 1st, 1998 the transaction consists of an open_and_X call, initiated by
> the client (NT4 SP3), then a nttrans2(findfirst/findnext).  With the
> latest cvs'ed smbd, the transaction is initiated with an
> ntcreate_and_X on the directory.  What seems weird to me is that samba
> replies to the ntcreate_and_X with an apparently valid FID, but on the
> next transaction (findfirst) it returns a "DOS ERROR 6, Invalid
> Handle" message (as seen with NETMON).  In the case of the latest
> samba, the client never gets to the findnext request.

Does this work from a win95 client?

                            Gerald ( Jerry ) Carter	
Engineering Network Services                           Auburn University 
jerry at eng.auburn.edu             http://www.eng.auburn.edu/users/cartegw

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