Easy Solaris2.5.1/Samba2.0.3 ???
CFranden at MAIL.co.washoe.nv.us
Tue Aug 17 19:47:25 GMT 1999
I only recently started using the Samba product on our Solaris 2.5.1 server.
I am using it for the sole purpose of creating unix type queues (actually
win clients with attached printers) to allow a 3rd party application (using
Oracle8.0.4) to print to client pc's. The 3rd party application will only
print via a unix queue. Below is the error I receive when trying to use
Added interface ip=xxx.xxx.224.161 bcast=xxx.xxx.255.255 nmask=255.255.0.0
Got a positive name query response from xxx.xxx.224.151 ( xxx.xxx.228.6 )
session setup failed: ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access denied.)
(understand that the xxx.xxx is the same set of octets in every instance.)
Obviously, smbclient is having problems negotiating a session, I was hoping
that somebody could point me in the right direction as to resolve this
When I run "smbclient -L" I am able to see the win client with no problem.
When I run "testprns printer" the result indicates a valid printer in
lpstat, yet when I try to send a job to the printer the following is
Your request class1-224 destined for printer
The job title was: .test
submitted from: unix server
at: Mon Aug 16 10:45:03 1999
encountered an error while printing on printer class1.
Printing stopped with an exit code of 1.
Reason for failure:
/bin/sh: /etc/lp/interfaces/printer: not found
I know that the /etc/lp/interfaces/printer exists, because I created it
using lpadmin and the smbprint.sysv parameters.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Craig Franden, MCP
Database & Network Administrator
2nd Judicial District Court
75 Court Street
Reno, NV 89520
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