CentOS 3.4, Samba 3.0.9 , Network Browsing Problem , Network Share To USB copy problem

Robert Becskei brobiwbe at stcable.co.yu
Fri Apr 8 12:14:00 GMT 2005


I managed to solve the second problem, it was caused by the following :

Local Master Browser = Yes
Domain Master Browser = No # this caused me problem, and though it was 
logged, and samba was complaining about unable
to find the domain master browser, I didn't set it to yes.... don't ask why 

but now

Local Master Browser = Yes
Domain Master Browser = Yes

and now when I click on a samba share and then on / to return to the 
computer list , I never get a ACCESS DENIED, and now I
also dont get ACCESS DENIED to the network (which was rare, once in a week 
or 2.)

Robert B.

ps.: the other problem, I was not able to resolve, didn't had the time, I 
will try copying to usb without using total commander , maybe
it has something to do with total commander 6.x

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Robert Becskei" <brobiwbe at stcable.co.yu>
To: <samba-technical at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Sunday, April 03, 2005 13:26
Subject: CentOS 3.4, Samba 3.0.9 , Network Browsing Problem ,Network Share 
To USB copy problem

> Hello everyone,
> I've got here CentOS 3.4 (Red Hat EL 3.x Clone) with Samba 3.0.9 set up
> everything is working ok , except these two things :
> first problem :
> when I open up a share on the samba server using Total Commander, and I
> wanna return to the list of computers by clicking on \
> I get 80% of the time ACCESS DENIED message, a second attempt solves the
> problem. But this is really anoying, any idea what
> might be the cause of this thing ?
> second problem :
> when I want to copy from the samba share directly to a usb driver (in my
> case it was a 256MB unit) , I get a 10-15 sec delay before
> the copy starts, this I don't know why I get , and what did I do wrong 
> here
> ? (the client is a Windows XP Pro SP2 computer)
> This samba server is running in a almost pure WinXP Pro SP2 (one sp1)
> enviroment, there are 2 windows 2000 terminal server, 1 windows
> 2003 server, and one novell 5.x server.
> I've attached my config file in this e-mail, I've already tried the irc
> channels about this problem, but then I was told that my config looks ok,
> but maybe
> both those people and I might have overlooked something , that is the 
> cause
> of both these problems.
> Sincerely
> Robert B.

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