[Samba] Can't Samba working on RedHat 7.2

Michael Piko pikom at cpgen.cpg.com.au
Fri Apr 26 18:27:02 GMT 2002

Couple of thing off the top of my head...

Does your samba server have a static address? One thing you might want to 
look a is the interfaces tag - make sure it is either unset or set to the 
correct address (the static address the server itself).
Also look at allowed hosts for the obvious (ensure that the local dhcp range 
is allowed in).
It may pay to turn off password encryption till you get it up and running. 

Just a few starters if you  haven't already tried them.


On Sat, 27 Apr 2002 10:46, you said:
>   Dear anyone who can help,
>   For more than a week now I have been trying to get Samba share with
> Windows 2000 clients over a DHCP network. Samba and SWAT are installed and
> running on my RedHat 7.2 Linux machine. I have been using several resources
> to reference when configuring the smb.conf but nothing seems to be working.
> I can see the Linux box in "my network places" but when I click it I get
> the infamous "network path was not found" error. Do I need a domain
> controller?
>   Is it a DHCP thing or am I just not getting the smb.conf configured
> properly?
>   JimmyC


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