R: R: Network path not found
PINTO.ELIA at insedia.interbusiness.it
Thu Apr 18 03:10:02 GMT 2002
I think it would not work with the included configuration. smb.conf
parameter "name resolve order" does not contain "host" but only "lmhosts
wins bcast". If this parameter would contain
host ( and with a /etc/nsswitch right in place ) you are right.
Da: Pranay Tembhekar [mailto:abex at cradle.com]
Inviato: giovedì 18 aprile 2002 12.03
A: PINTO ELIA
Cc: 'Ramy Tatad'; samba-technical at lists.samba.org
Oggetto: Re: R: Network path not found
Try to do one thing...add that computers entry into the hosts file...it
PINTO ELIA wrote:
> The wins server is correct? Is it the same on client? which client (samba
> Windows) ?
> I think is a name risolution problem. From a win2000 or Nt client do:
> ping <netbiosname> or net view \\<netbiosname. If it fail do
> net view \\ <file://\\<> <Ip address>
> If the wins server is correct (nmblookup -A <ipaddress win server>
> name>) do on the linux box:
> nmblookup -A 127.0.0.1 __SAMBA__
> If this fail nmb is not running. And so on....
> Hope this help
> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da: Ramy Tatad [mailto:rat at cybees.com]
> Inviato: giovedì 18 aprile 2002 10.55
> A: samba-technical at lists.samba.org
> Oggetto: Network path not found
> Samba ppl,
> I set-up a samba server and it errors this command when connecting:
> "Network path not found"
> Here is the settings of my samba server...
> OS: Redhat v7.1
> Samba: v2.07 or v2.22
> The diff between this new server to my other servers is that this one
> change its partition table from linux to "linux extended". Is there any
> problem with that.. since all the possible parameters on smb.conf was
> already tried. I also check if the server can access internet and its also
> Attach here is the sample samba configurations I used.
> Please help me.. Thanks,
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