samba on UNIXWARE 2.1.1 (help me please!)
joenix at xs4all.nl
Fri Sep 5 11:37:26 GMT 1997
Problem with samba-1.9.17 under unixware 2.1.1
I tried to install samba-1.9.17 under unixware 2.1.1 and the following
nmbd seems to work fine, but when I run smbclient -L MY_HOST on MY_HOST
it does start to connect to the right IP and port number, but the
request gets timed out. Like this:
Added interface ip=126.96.36.199 bcast=188.8.131.52 nmask=255.255.255.0
Connecting to 184.108.40.206 at port 139
timeout connecting to 220.127.116.11:139
I've been running smbd and nmbd as deamons, with this result, so I
deamons and added the tcp and udp ports to /etc/inetd/services an put
in inetd.conf, again the nmblookup worked fine, but smbclient timed out.
For the compilation I uncommented the following lines in the Makefile:
FLAGSM = -Xa -DSVR4 -DSHADOW_PWD
LIBSM = -lsocket -lnsl -lc -L/usr/ucblib -lucb -lcrypt -lgen
Compilation generates some warnings:
argument incompatible with prototype: in server.c and util.c
using out of scope dimension: in printing.c and reply.c
These warnings are all in compiling smbd, compiling nmbd doesn't
So I think it's got something to do with it, Do I need some other
options in the
Makefile or do I need to update some lib's or so?
When I use the smbclient on the unix machine to list the available
resources on a Win95 machine, the request als gets timed out the
So there must be more going on, Is there something the kernel needs,
I've never rebuild the kernel on UNIXWARE 2.1.1, I usualy work with
Linux, so if I need to rebuild the kernel, could someone please give me
Another thing, when I use netstat -an I can see that port 139 is
listening (tcp), but I dob't see port 137 with netstat, I don't see it
when running samba as deamons nor with the services/inetd method.
So the only thing working now is nmblookup on the UNIXWARE machine,
nothing apears on the win95 boxes.
Thnx for your attention, your kindness, love and a wonderfull next
thousand lifes to all.
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