I cannot mount WinXP-SP2 shares. Smbmount always returns
NT_STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE but the password is correct (I did not change
my /etc/fstab after updating from 3.0.4 to 3.0.7) and the account is neither
locked nor disabled, but accessing WinXP-SP2 shares with Win98 (with the same
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I cannot mount samba-3.0.4 shares, too (error: 28152: session setup failed:
ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access denied.)).
Compiling Samba 3.0.7 with gcc-3.4.1 solves this problem. The "defect" samba
was compiled with gcc-3.3.1 (but I had never problems with that gcc before).
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Build-Log Samba 3.0.7 with gcc-3.3.2
Compilation succeedes without any error, but Samba-3.0.6 and Samba-3.0.7 is
broken somehow. - But Samba-3.0.4 compiled on the same computer works
mounting problems with smbfs are not related to samba. smbfs is not part of
samba and it's unfortunately severely broken and unmaintained. Try using cifs
(In reply to comment #5)
> mounting problems with smbfs are not related to samba. smbfs is not part of
But smbmount is part of samba and this was broken (I suppose because of gcc-
3.2.2: see bug 1631 and bug 1720)
-> How can I use cifs with Windows-Shares?