RE domain user fix patch
Thomas, Daniel J.
Daniel.Thomas at jhuapl.edu
Mon Mar 4 12:31:06 GMT 2002
You two may want to compare how your file locking is set up on your samba
share. I believe what is happening is that when you left click on the file,
the "preview" window has to pen the file and have it ready to play. Once
windows opens the file, samba probably puts a lock on this file saying it is
opened. So when someone attempts to rename the file, samba knows the file
is opened and won't let you rename it.
From: jra at samba.org [mailto:jra at samba.org]
Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002 1:06 PM
To: David Mulcahy
Cc: samba-technical at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: RE domain user fix patch
On Mon, Mar 04, 2002 at 04:40:18PM +0000, David Mulcahy wrote:
> I dont use winamp. The way I reproduce the same effect is as follows in
> win2k sp2 using windows media player and a mpg file.
> First ensure windows explorer is set with enable web content in folders.
> eg Tools --> Folder Options.. --> Enable web content in folders
> Navigate to the samba share.
> right click on the mpg.
> you have to see a small prieview screen appear in the frame of the folder
> receive the error. If you only get text describing the file you will be
> allowed to rename.
> then try and rename
> Error Renaming file Share violation
I have just checked with SAMBA_2_2 CVS. I have "Web content in folders"
enbaled, when I click on the file I see VCR-style buttons appear in the
area to the left of the file display (is this what you mean by "preview
screen" ?). I can still rename it easily.
Either I'm not understanding the steps you're using to reproduce this
or the problem really is fixed in 2.2.x CVS. Can you check out the current
CVS tree and see if you still get the problem please ?
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