Samba error when getting file from NT Server to Linux client
Paulo Henrique Baptista de Oliveira
baptista at linuxsolutions.com.br
Thu Jan 27 04:30:14 GMT 2000
I have a small problem with Samba in Debian 2.1 (Slink), kernel 2.0.36
and samba 2.0.5. I have a NT Server and a Linux client.
I want to get some files from NT Server to the Linux client.
They are in the same network and the IP's are:
NT Server - 126.96.36.199
Linux Client - 188.8.131.52
Reading samba docs I discover two small utilities: smbclient and
Which is the best utility to do this?
I have a username and a login in the NT Server:
The name machine is sideracop and the domain is sideraco.
# smbmount //sideraco/c /mnt -U Linux -I 184.108.40.206 -D sideraco -P
and the following error occurs:
mount error: invalid argument
Please look at smbmount's manual page
then I tried with smbclient:
# smbclient //sideracop/c -M sideracop -I 220.127.116.11
and it sends the message ok.
but when I tried:
# smbclient //sideracop/c -U Linux%AriaLinux -I 18.104.22.168
SMBtconX failed ERRDOS -ERR nosuchshare (you specified an invalid
Perhaps you are using the wrong sharename, username or password?
Some servers insist that the that these be in uppercase.
What is wrong?
Paulo Henrique Baptista de Oliveira -- baptista at linuxsolutions.com.br
Information Technology Consultant
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