Sv: [Samba] 3.0.14 and MacOs X (tiger)
roland at alfa-moving.se
Tue May 10 07:05:57 GMT 2005
Thanks for your answer. I can't find the problem. My local firewall is
disabled and enable client to access my computer doesn't help either, it
actually seems quite backwards to have to share my computer to be able to
connect to other samba-installations.
Any other ideas?
Thanks in advance
Den 05-05-09 18.07, skrev "David Michaels" <dragon at raytheon.com>:
> When I upgraded to Tiger just the other day, my network settings showed
> that the Windows service was shut off. I think Tiger resets some of
> those things (all of those things?) to defaults. Now, I think this only
> applies to shares the Mac is serving, but it may also apply to accessing
> Windows shares.
> Go to System Preferences -> Sharing, and poke around in there. I forget
> exactly where the setting is, and I'm not in front of my Mac at the
> moment, but find the Windows service in there, and turn it on (it might
> also be under Firewall -- the default is to deny the protocol, so that
> would also kill Mac access to Windows shares).
> Roland Carlsson wrote:
>> I upgraded our sambainstallation today since it got into problems with
>> Windows ADS 2003.
>> So I installed all suse rmps for 9.2 (samba 3.0.14) and tested with a few
>> windows boxes and everything works perfektly. No more strange errormessages
>> in the logs about not finding existing users.
>> Now to the problem, when I came back to my own computer, MacOs X 10.4, i
>> suddenly can't use any samba-shares. It even freeze finder when trying to
>> connect. As far as I can se there is not mention of any problem is log.smbd
>> or log.winbindd.
>> Any ideas of what would cause this problem?
>> Thanks in advance
>> Roland Carlsson
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