Samba4 shared FS + MacOS issue
George K Colley
gcolley at apple.com
Tue Jan 27 20:32:05 GMT 2009
Can you try that again using the following instructions, please run it
from the Mac:
1. Log in with an administrator account into Mac OS X.
2. Open Terminal (/Applications/Utilities).
3. To start the trace, you will type a command, followed by the Return
key. The command you choose needs to match the way your computer
connects to the Internet.
For built-in Ethernet, type:
sudo tcpdump -i en0 -s 0 -w ~/Desktop/DumpFile.dmp
Note: Both "en0" and "-s 0" include a zero, not the letter O.
For AirPort, type:
sudo tcpdump -i en1 -s 0 -w ~/Desktop/DumpFile.dmp
Note: "-s 0" includes a zero, not the letter O.
4. When prompted for a password, enter the one for your administrator
On Jan 27, 2009, at 12:54 AM, Xavier Ambrosioni wrote:
> you will find in attachments a tcpdump when I try to copy a file to
> the share
> thank you for your help
> Le 27 janv. 09 à 04:13, George K Colley a écrit :
>> SMB Packet Signing should be working fine with 10.5.6 so I am
>> guessing someelse is wrong. Can you get me a tcpdump of this
>> On Jan 26, 2009, at 12:01 PM, Xavier Ambrosioni wrote:
>>> I installed samba4 alpha6 on an ubuntu system and I succeded to
>>> join my MacOS X 10.5.6 to the AD domain hosted by samba. It seems
>>> to work well.
>>> However, I have the following issue with the shared FS I mount on
>>> my Mac from samba server:
>>> - When I try to copy a file to this FS, I've got the following
>>> error: The file name is too long or contains invalid characters.
>>> I found on the web that a lot of people have that issue with w2k
>>> servers and the solution seems to disabe the SMB Packet Signing.
>>> Is there a way to disable that feature in samba4 ?
>>> Thank you for your help and congratulation for the work done on
>>> samba4. If I can get that issue solved, I think I will try to use
>>> samba4 AD in production with about 5 clients (4 mac and 1 windows)
>>> Best regards
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