[Samba] Samba 3.0.10 - Error With Latest Win2K Patches
jpiszcz at lucidpixels.com
Fri Feb 11 14:24:11 GMT 2005
Just a note: It has _ALWAYS_ worked, I applied the patches on Windows 2000
yesterday and it stopped working after that.
Perhaps a Windows 2000 problem? Do you use Windows 2000 and have updated
to the latest patches? *THAT* is when the error began!
Here it is:
# The global is required for all global virables.
# We want the workgroup set to WORKGROUP.
workgroup = WORKGROUP
# Set the server string to describe the machine.
server string = %h - Pentium III 500MHZ
# Set the interface so Samba only works with the LAN.
interfaces = 192.168.0.0/24
# Make sure it only binds to this interface.
bind interfaces only = yes
# Set the security to user.
security = user
# Make sure encrypt passwords is on!
encrypt passwords = yes
# Increase overall throughput of samba.
socket options = IPTOS_LOWDELAY TCP_NODELAY SO_SNDBUF=32768 SO_RCVBUF=8192
# Set max xmit size.
max xmit = 8192
comment = x
path = /d1/x
writable = yes
valid users = jpiszcz
create mask = 644
On Fri, 11 Feb 2005, Andreas Koch wrote:
> Hi Justin,
> i have also W2K and samba 3.0.8-2
> It's work fine.
> Send me please your smb.conf
> Am Freitag, den 11.02.2005, 06:20 -0500 schrieb Justin Piszcz:
>> When Microsoft released their 8-9 new patches this week, around Tuesday,
>> 02/08/05; I can no longer copy files to any of my samba shares.
>> Before Microsoft's patches, everything worked OK; I have multiple Linux
>> SAMBA servers and two separate Windows 2000 Professional SP4 machines;
>> each were patched. Trying to connect to any of the Samba servers
>> I am running Samba 3.0.10 with Debian Sarge and kernel 2.6.10.
>> When I try to drag any file over an (explorer window) with a (samba share)
>> open it puts a circle with a (/) slash through it. When I run xcopy
>> file.zip \\ip\share, it works.
>> 1) I can remove a directory on my Samba share.
>> 2) I can remove a file on my Samba share.
>> 3) I can make a directory on my Samba share.
>> 4) I cannot copy anything over to the Samba share (file, link or directory).
>> Has anyone experienced these problems with the latest Windows 2000
>> Professional patches? What is the recommended fix?
>> Please CC me as I am not on the list, thanks.
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