[Samba] Basic Samba functionality under SuSE 9.2
misty at borkholder.com
Tue Feb 8 16:59:37 GMT 2005
Top-posting only because it's short. You need to start nmbd on the Linux box.
Make sure that it is not a local, domain, or preferred master, and that the
OS level is low (5 or so).
On Tuesday 08 February 2005 11:55 am, Tom Peters wrote:
> I'm trying to get Samba 3.0.9-2.3 to work under Suse 9.2. This my very
> first Linux install and I'm a little at sea here. There are so many things
> that could be wrong I don't know where to start.
> The Windows machine I'm using as a client has TCP/IP, file/printer sharing,
> and Client for MS networks. He can't see the linux machine's ("Tolkien")
> shares, but he can ping him.
> This might be a name services issue because issuing a net command at the
> windows box to enumerate the shares (I think that's net view) of the form
> NET VIEW \\TOLKIEN results in a timeout and error, but
> NET VIEW \\172.20.0.5 results in a correct list of the shares I've
> configured on the box!
> C:\WINDOWS>net view \\172.20.0.5
> Shared resources at \\172.20.0.5
> Samba 3.0.9-2.3-SUSE
> Share name Type Used as Comment
> archive Disk archived files
> I know the IP addresses look odd, I won't go into the reasons using a class
> B but that's worked properly for years, so that's not the issue. Layer 2
> connectivity is good.
> I'm confused about the firewall on SuSE; it's enabled and maybe it
> shouldn't be. All boxes on this little network are on a switch which goes
> to a router, thence to my DSL modem. I'm not using the SuSE box as a
> gateway, it's just on another switch port like the Windows boxes. The
> firewall has the same interface defined as the inside port and the outside
> But the YAST GUI for configuring Samba has a checkbox for opening all
> appropriate firewall ports, and I did that. I went back to check and it's
> still checked.
> For grins, I portscanned tolkien. TCP ports open are: 21, 22, 25, 110, 139,
> 445. UDP ports: None.
> I tried this:
> net use k: \\172.20.0.5\archive
> It works! Well, almost. It prompts for username and password, and username
> and pw I use to login at the linux box doesn't work. "root" with his
> password works.
> I need to get some permissions issues ironed out later.
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