[Samba] Re: More Info: Mac permission problems after Debian update

Michael Carland mcarland at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 13 02:26:36 GMT 2004

Rather than recompile Samba for the 2.2 kernel, I built and installed a
2.4.X kernel. I turned posix locks back on, and it works like a champ!

Hopefully this solution will work for the others who have also had this
problem with Mac OS X.



--- Thomas Bork <TomBork at web.de> wrote:
> Hallo Michael,
> > [2004/02/12 00:07:41, 3] lib/util.c:fcntl_lock(1319)
> >   fcntl_lock: fcntl lock gave errno 75 (Value too large for defined
> data
> > type)
> > [2004/02/12 00:07:41, 3] lib/util.c:fcntl_lock(1341)
> >   fcntl_lock: lock failed at offset 0 count 4294967295 op 13 type 1
> (Value
> > too large for defined data type)
> this is a typical error if using a samba package compiled on a system
> with 64Bit locking structs (Linux-Kernel 2.4.x) on a system with 32Bit
> locking structs (Linux 2.2.x). Compile samba on the machine, on which
> samba should running.
> I would also prefere a samba, which makes it easier to crosscompile...
> der tom

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