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Hey, I use Samba to connect to the local Windows network, but with Suse 10 and Yast, when I try to add this computer it gives me a prompt error ...
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- 04-08-2006 #1
Is there a console command I can use to get an error message?
- 04-08-2006 #2
Is there a Windows server or something of that sort on the network? Or is it more like a peer-peer model i.e. no server, just a bunch of computers?
If it is peer-peer, you don't have to do it via yast, if you just want to mount a share on your network, just execute this command:
mount -t smbfs -o username=YOUR_USERNAME,password=YOUR_SHARE_PASSWORD //host_name/share /mount_pointLife is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.
- 04-08-2006 #3
It's a Windows server.
- 04-09-2006 #4
Hmm, a few things you can try:
1. In the firewall, allow communications through the SMB port
2. In smb.conf, tell it the workgroup to use.
3. See if you can browse the network using smb:// in Konqueror, or by using something like smb4k.Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.
- 04-09-2006 #5
I can browse some shares on the server, but for some reason the share that I want to access doesn't work, it says a folder in there doesn't exist and everything appears as a file, and if I access the subfolders they all don't exist.
- 04-09-2006 #6
this works in windows right? I'd suggest you check the permissions on the folder to see tha everyone or just people on the LAN can access it.Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.
- 04-09-2006 #7
I will check that, the thing is some shares give me a login box when I try to access them, and if I login, they succesfully work! What could make it different?
- 04-10-2006 #8
the thing that could make it different is that the permission of the share could be set to local users and not network users, so that might cause a problem.Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.