[Samba] Sonos S1 access denied with Samba 4.17
james at youngman.org
Wed Jul 19 09:52:17 UTC 2023
I just upgraded from Debian 11 to Debian 12 and now (I think as a
result) my Sonos S1 units cannot play music from my SMB share.
The (updated) version of Samba is 4.17.9, while the version which I
believe previously worked was 4.13.13.
On the Sonos controller (i.e. my phone) I see the error message
"Unable to play '<album name>' access to ////nas/music denied."
I've captured (see link below) the log file for the affected client
covering just the relevant time period, though I don't know which bit
of the log file would really be illuminating.
If I run (on a local Linux machine)
smbclient \\\\\\\\nas\\\\music -N -U guest -c 'dir james/\*.\*'
Then I get pretty much the output I would expect. I suppose that the
protocol version being used by smbclient doesn't match that of the
Sonos S1 units, though.
* Samba log file: https://pastebin.com/WJaMnpyi
* smb.conf: https://pastebin.com/BzqyeNrh
>From the Debian changelog I see this, which could be relevant, though
I don't know how relevant it is.
898 * Notable changes in 4.16 series compared to 4.13:
904 - SMB1 protocol has been deprecated, some subcommands has
How can I get this working? Read-only access is fine.
Thanks for any help.
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