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Originally Posted by marklawford Now that I've turned off the firewall on the suse box I can browse the share. But through YAST I configured the firewall to allow samba... ...
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    Re: Success???


    Quote Originally Posted by marklawford
    Now that I've turned off the firewall on the suse box I can browse the share.

    But through YAST I configured the firewall to allow samba... I don't get it. How can I reinstate the firewall while still allowing samba?

    I still have to log on to get to the share (a dialog is presented when trying to browse zen) but at least I can get to the simple share set up in the very simple smb.conf.

    I'm going to try some more combinations to try and get the user shares and printer.

    Mark
    Don't use YaST. I've had problems myselfe with that cr***. It seems it won't keep some of the changes you do.. Config the firewall manually.

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    need +x

    I was having a similar problem and found that if I chmod ugoa+rwx then it works, I didn't have the x originally but adding it fixed the problem.

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