smbc_open error

Rechtien, Elizabeth J Elizabeth.Rechtien at
Tue Jun 22 13:44:04 MDT 2010


Thanks for your patience and time. Here is the output after running this command below successfully and then calling smbc_open within a C program, unsuccessfully. There might be some traffic in between as this is a development box with other transactions happening at the same time.

Smbclient \\\\servername\\dir<file:///\\servername\dir> password -U login


From: derrell.lipman at [mailto:derrell.lipman at] On Behalf Of Derrell Lipman
Sent: Monday, June 21, 2010 4:34 PM
To: Rechtien, Elizabeth J
Cc: samba-technical at
Subject: Re: smbc_open error

On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 17:31, Rechtien, Elizabeth J <Elizabeth.Rechtien at<mailto:Elizabeth.Rechtien at>> wrote:
Yes, I did the manpages. Thanks for your help. I think we can do tcpdump host hostname and servername and pipe it to a file to get what we need.
If the output file is text (human readable) it's not likely to be useful. I need the binary file, without packet truncation, that I can open with wireshark. If you can find options other than the ones I gave you that produce that format, it's fine with me.


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