I'm actual working with Samba on openSUSE - Win7 and tried to create files too like:
smb: > echo tets > testfile.txt
echo failed: NT_STATUS_IO_TIMEOUT
Win7 -> openSUSE works fine. (Creating files on my openSUSE while beeing active on Win7)
openSUSE -> Win7 brings me the error above.
I wanna use Owncloud and there it isnt working too. So I did some research and is it possible that the bug-report 1 and a half year ago didnt got fixed?
If there is any solution, I'm really sorry, but after 2 days of google and forums-search I didn't found a solution.
Are you able to use the put command in smbclient?
(In reply to comment #1)
> Are you able to use the put command in smbclient?
Iam able to use the put command, but always saying file does not exist.
smb: \> dir
. D 0 Thu Mar 21 15:39:38 2013
.. D 0 Thu Mar 21 15:39:38 2013
1.txt A 0 Thu Mar 21 15:39:37 2013
aaa D 0 Wed Mar 20 08:16:38 2013
aaa1 D 0 Wed Mar 20 08:16:48 2013
aaa12 D 0 Wed Mar 20 08:16:49 2013
aaa123 D 0 Wed Mar 20 08:16:50 2013
aaa1234 D 0 Wed Mar 20 08:16:52 2013
aaa12345 D 0 Mon Mar 18 16:08:10 2013
aaa123456 D 0 Wed Mar 20 11:30:40 2013
59604 blocks of size 8388608. 44159 blocks available
smb: \> put 1
1 does not exist
smb: \> put 1.txt
1.txt does not exist
smb: \> put aaa
aaa does not exist
To me this looks like a misunderstanding of the smbclient command. smbclient is not a shell, it is a commandline interface similar to "ftp".
Im sorry for the post before, missclicked and I don't know how to delete.
Well, is there no chance to create files via Samba?
Sure. You can always "put" files you already have local.
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> Sure. You can always "put" files you already have local.
Ahh now I understand this ^^
I have to create the files on the Unix machine and use "put" to get them on the Win7.
So creating files directly from unix on Win7 is not possible?