[Samba] Re: problems accessing samba server from Pocket PC with
Windows Mobil e
v_atanaskovik at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 29 19:10:01 GMT 2004
I am experiencing exactly the same problems like described below.
I do not have a solution right now, but I found a work-around that may
As soon as I change the security parameter in the smb.conf file
from security=user to security=share, mounting shares to Pocket
PC seems to work. (HP iPAQ 4150 running Windows Mobile 2003)
I am running SAMBA V 3.0.2.a and 18.104.22.168-52 kernel as provided
by the SuSE Linux 9.1 Pro distribution.
So set security=share ( do not forget to specify which user
can access the share in the "valid user =" section for the particular
share) and restart the SAMBA Server.
In my case this worked.
>>Sorry I am able to offer a solution to your problem here. Instead, myself
>>has encountered the same problem since switching to samba 3 and is hoping
>>to hear from you if you have got any progress since then.
>>Looking forward to hearing from you.
>>Isenhardt, Torsten wrote:
>when accessing a samba server version 2.2.8a from a Pocket PC with Windows
>you can give a password and tell the Pocket PC to remember it.
>But, if you switch off the device or remove the LAN-card the stored
>is lost (or send in a different way as Pocket PC 2002).
> Maybe the procedure of sending the stored password has been changed,
>because Pocket PC 2002 works fine with samba, and accessing a W2K works
>also fine with Windows Mobile 2003...
> So, I tried accessing a samba server version 3.0.0 from a Pocket PC with
>2003, but I always got the error message:
>"Cannot find file '\\' (or one of its components). Check to ensure the path
>and filename are correct and that all required libraries are available."
>I tried to connect to '\\hostname' or '\\hostname\path' but it is alway
>replaced with '\\'.
>When I tried '//hostname' or '//hostname/path' the same error message
>appears with '//hostname' or '//hostname/path' instead of '\\'.
>With Pocket PC 2002 or W2K a connection to samba server version 3.0.0 is
>without any problems.
>Any ideas how to manage this?
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