keyboard unusable after domain logons (SAMBA digest 1410)
bartekm at jasio.slcj.uw.edu.pl
Wed Sep 10 21:49:10 GMT 1997
> On Tue, 9 Sep 1997, Dirk De Wachter wrote:
> > >Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 14:39:48 +0100 (BST)
> > >From: Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl at switchboard.net>
> > >To: samba at samba.anu.edu.au
> > >Subject: 1.9.17alpha5 and 1.9.17: keyboard unusable after domain
> > >logons
> > >is anyone else experiencing keyboard lockup from w95 after a domain
> > >logon user logs out from a samba server? is anyone using 1.9.17 for
> > >domain logons _not_ experiencing keyboard lockup?
> > I'm using NT server now for domain logons, although SAMBA 1.9.16p11
> > is used for accessing shares. I've also experienced those keyboard
> > lock-ups, although - at the moment I can't reproduce it.
> thanks - you are the second person to confirm that keyboard lock-up
> occurs with NT server for domain logons, not just with samba for domain
> although, your point about using samba shares is well noted: you still
> don't have a non-samba environment.
> in other words, samba could still be doing something (from 1.9.16p2 right
> up to 1.9.17p2) which tickles w95 when it does a domain logon (regardless
> of the server it domain logs on to).
I'm experiencing the same keyboard lockups with no samba, or Window NT,
with no domain logons !!! Just two Win95 machines connected at home. I live
in Poland, so of course I have the polish keyboard drivers installed, and
I think it is the problem. I've never tried to switch back to the original
one, so I'am not sure if it is the problem. But it *isn't* a domains logon
related problem !!!
Well, well... I hate sigs, so... cya !
email: bartekm at jasio.slcj.uw.edu.pl
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