[Samba] This is frustrating! Need some Help
Marian Mlcoch, Ing
mm at tsmp.sk
Tue Oct 14 05:40:09 GMT 2003
your config for share seems good but you dont write about smbpasswd and
existence of user matt on it.
For connecting to samba users must exist on smbpasswd and must use password
from this in login to windows or in NT XP in "Login as" feature.
Try check this setup.
Your security mode i mean is user. And network is proper configured for
client matt. How OS matt uses and is on one segment with samba?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason Williams" <jwilliams at courtesymortgage.com>
To: "Mark" <lists at greplinux.dyndns.org>
Cc: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Monday, October 13, 2003 8:55 PM
Subject: RE: [Samba] This is frustrating! Need some Help
> Anything else I'm missing?
> Also, could this be a Windows side problem?
> It works fine for me, but not the other user?
> At 11:54 AM 10/13/2003 -0700, you wrote:
> >This line:
> >valid users = @wheel matt
> >Should read
> >valid users = @wheel, matt
> >Samba Setup Guide: www.samba.netfirms.com
> >My gpg public key: www.samba.netfirms.com/gnupg/gpg_public.asc
> >Hello everyone.
> >Im not sure what is wrong here, but I cant seem to figure out why one of
> >users cannot access a share on a file server that we are running here.
> >Running on RH 8.0, samba 2.2.7a. (Planning on upgrading eventually)
> >Anyway, one user for some reason, cannot access the share through his
> >network neighborhood icon.
> >Here is the share info:
> > comment = administrators information
> > path = /backupstorage/admindirectory
> > valid users = @wheel matt
> > read only = No
> >The user is matt, who is also apart of the wheel group:
> >$ groups matt
> >matt : matt wheel
> >Looking at permissions on the share:
> >$ ls -lad /backupstorage/admindirectory/
> >drwxrwxr-- 26 admin wheel 4096 Oct 9 11:00
> >I pushed the permissions down, recursively...but still, the user 'matt'
> >cannot access the share.
> >I'm having a bugger of a time trying to figure this out.
> >Anyone have any ideas?
> >Lastly, looking in /var/log/samba I see a bunch of logs in there for
> >computers and such. What log file would i use to read to see if I can
> >the problem?
> >All help is greatly appreciated.
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