[Samba] Help again for Samba 3.0
mace2442 at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 28 09:43:11 GMT 2002
Yepp i had similar problems with folders on my data drive. I can't say i
solved it but i found a workaround since my linux box could use unicode so i
told samba to always use unicode with the lines
# attempt to get swedish characters with 3.0
display charset= ISO-8859-1
unix charset = ISO-8859-1
dos charset = ISO-8859-1
those lines gave me the swedish national characters. I don't know what
codepage to use for germany .
>From: soenke.ebert at freenet.de
>To: Mats olsson<mace2442 at hotmail.com>
>Subject: Re: Re: [Samba] Help again for Samba 3.0
>Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2002 21:49:08 +0100
>----- original Nachricht --------
>I have had the same problem with a Linux box and W2KSP2. This is how i
>1. Create a account for the computer in the passwd (not smbpasswd) file
>for a computer brum it should say brum$
>2. add this account to smbpasswd with smbpasswd -a -m brum
>3. add a unix admin account to th smbpasswd. I cheated and used root
>smbpasswd -a root
>4. on the W2K box join the domain with the root account
>Thanx, it's done ! It was this 'use spnego = false' in the [global] that
>refused the clients to join...
>Now that they are in the domain I have another problem:
>The users' profiles are stored in /usr/local/profiles. The clients stored
>it there successfully. But - since I have a german Windows 2000 there are
>some signs the clients can't read anymore while logging on (i.e. Startmenü)
>(I hpoe you can see this ... :).
>Any ideas how I can solve this ?
>Thanks a lot
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