[%U] instead of [homes] ?
simeon at sbs.bangor.ac.uk
Wed Nov 26 18:08:12 GMT 1997
From: Rob Naccarato <rob.naccarato at sheridanc.on.ca>
To: Multiple recipients of list <samba at samba.anu.edu.au>
Date: 26 November 1997 15:03
Subject: [%U] instead of [homes] ?
>I'm trying to implement a [%U] share instead of using [homes].
>It turns out that the client cannot connect to the user's
>home dir. What's going on here?
>This is from smb.conf:
> comment = Home Directories
> browseable = yes
> create mode = 0750
> path = %H/dos
> guest ok = no
> read only = no
> writable = yes
>On the server the logs produce the following:
>NIS lookup succeeded
> Home server length: 7
> Allocated 19 bytes for HOMESHR
> User = rob
> UID = 2048
> NIS result = beowulf:/usr/users/rob
> HOMESHR = \\beowulf\rob
>Clearing default real name
>User name: rob Real name: Rob
>Real name length: 3
>switch message SMBtconX (pid 1876)
>checking for home directory rob gave /usr/users/rob
>find_service() failed to find service rob
>11/26/97 09:51:44 couldn't find service rob
>11/26/97 09:51:44 error packet at line 156 cmd=117 (SMBtconX) eclass=2
>error string = Operation would block
>end of file from client
>11/26/97 09:51:45 Server exit (normal exit)
>Rob Naccarato "I know I'm a lot of feathers,
>Sys Admin but not much chicken."
>Sheridan College -KM
>Oakville, Ont. Canada
Is the logon server and the home server the same thing? If
not, which one produced this log file?
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