[Samba] final tests fail with samba...can anyone help?
wittling - softhome account
wittling at softhome.net
Mon Apr 28 01:09:36 GMT 2003
Hi Stephen (All) -
Thanks for the reply. I managed to get it to work. I began to notice that
the Windows 2000 NetBios entry listings were all <03>, which is Messenger
Service. I theorized that perhaps this is why the smbclient could send the
popup dialogue, but nothing else would work. I am not sure how the laptop
shared with 2000, but I was running NetBeui on both, which may explain this
(I have since turned NetBeui off).
I'm not totally sure which step I took fixed this (I did several things),
but I am suspicious that when I added the Windows 2000 box's ip into its own
lmhosts file with a <00> suffix and rebooted, one of these (the reboot or
the entry) was the catalyst for change. Anyway, NetBios File Sharing sprung
to life and I can now map a drive from Linux over to 2000 successfully and
use this old jalopi as a file server for my music files.
Thanks for the help!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen P. Villano" <wizard_1 at comcast.net>
To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Saturday, April 26, 2003 10:48 PM
Subject: Re: [Samba] final tests fail with samba...can anyone help?
> Is Windows 2000 running in mixed mode or native mode?
> I *KNOW* that the 2.0.x series worked quite well with W2K in mixed mode.
> From my recollection though, in native mode was quite ineffective as
> mode (correct me if I'm incorrect in my recollection, people) ignores port
> 139 netbios calls in favor of the new NBT port.
> I'm a bit rusty though as I've been running the beta 3 for quite a while
> (excellent work, people! A little more work and life'll be joyful without
> NT4/NT5 server around!).
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: wittling - softhome account <wittling at softhome.net>
> To: <samba at samba.anu.edu.au>
> Sent: Saturday, April 26, 2003 3:23 PM
> Subject: [Samba] final tests fail with samba...can anyone help?
> I just took an old PC and installed SuSE 7.0 on it. The machine has 32Mb
> RAM, so I needed a slim installation and kernel, and this was the only
> package I could get to install without immense effort (I tried 5 other
> versions of small linux distros from linuxiso.org before this one).
> The version of Samba I installed on this Suse box is 2.0.7. From what I
> read, this version SHOULD work with Windows 2000. I had to look hard to
> it on the SuSE site, because they have mothballed it off into an
> "obsolete/unsupported" directory. I was just glad to find it, since newer
> versions of the samba product fail the dependency checks on the rpm
> installer and would not work. Eventually, I may update to more recent
> but I didn't want to upgrade the entire system (yet) for the sake of
> samba to work. I guess I should also mention that I am aware of the
> and fixes for the product since 2.0.7.
> I have run all of the tests in the DIAGNOSIS file, and all appear to work
> except for the last 2...which of course are the most important.
> On the Windows side, I know sharing works because I share with a laptop
> quite frequently. NBTSTAT comes back fine with the Samba directory
> When I run Net View \\SERVERNAME I get:
> System error 53 has occurred.
> The network path was not found.
> When I run Net Use X: \\SERVERNAME\tmp I get the same thing.
> On the Linux side....
> * if I run nmblookup -A [WINDOWSSERVERNAME]....all comes back perfectly.
> * The samba client connects to itself just fine.
> * if I run smbclient -M [WINDOWSSERVERNAME]...and type in a message...I
> the dialogue on windows!
> * if I run smbclient -L [WINDOWSSERVERNAME], I get the following:
> Connecting to [IP] at port 139
> write_socket(3,76) wrote 76
> Sent session request
> got smb length of 1
> session request to *SMBSERVER failed (Not listening on called name)
> Anyone have any clues here? I am about out of gas on time and energy on
> one and could use some help...
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