I have a dual boot linux machine which boots to either slackware 9.1 or
When running in 9.1 I can map to it from a separate XP box by using windows
explorer. When in slackware 10.0 I get "Access denied", I suspect the drive has
been mapped I just can't access the share.
In DOS if I do the following -
C:\Documents and Settings>net use z: \\10.0.0.4\root
The password or user name is invalid for \\10.0.0.4\root.
Enter the user name for '10.0.0.4': root
Enter the password for 10.0.0.4:
The command completed successfully.
C:\Documents and Settings>dir z:
Access is denied.
This is a problem? I see my group and me smb.conf and not see nothing error.
Any peaple have the problem and not know resolve. Please, give me help for this.
*** Bug 1803 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Not about ntlm_auth, but I strongly suspect user error.
Created attachment 912 [details]
this is my samba configuration
Created attachment 913 [details]
this is the log of the daemon
I see that the server cant read the smbpasswd or something like that and start
trying other sources
Created attachment 914 [details]
this is the file of the winXP machine
in this log the computers changes messages but the 126.96.36.199 called
DESARROLLO cant join the domain of COLOSO the other machine.
/var/log/samba/desarrollo.log is the file we need.
As a comment to your last attachement you said something that sounds like you
want to join the domain. This does not work with a dual-boot config.
Created attachment 915 [details]
this is the log of the machine XP
I send the log file of Desarrollo thats the Windows XP machine than can not
join with my domain thats coloso
Please look on http://www.samba.org/ for documentation, this looks like some
sort of configuration problem.