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From Gentoo I can't access shared drectories on Windows
Subject: From Gentoo I can't access shared drectories on Windows
Author: Marculus    Posted: 2005-06-20 16:23:23    Length: 1,247 byte(s)
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Hi all

I'm getting crazy with a problem I don't know the answer. I hope you
can help me.

Recently I installed Samba to share a directory on my Gentoo 2005.0.
Everything works fine and I can access this directory with every Win
client (Win 9x, 2k, etc.).
Now, I need to do the reverse, I mean, from my linux box I need to
access the directories shared on a Win2k system. When I type the
command "smbclient -L clientname" I get the error
"nt_status_access_denied" and nothing happens. I'm sure the directories
on Windows are correctly shared because I can access them with a Fedora
3 distro.
I tried to search on Internet for some documentation but I only get
'how to do it' and not 'what I need to do it'.
In fact, on Gentoo I made a manual installation and I'm not sure if I
compiled the kernel with everything I need to accomplish this task (if
the kernel has something to do with it) or if I have to install
additional software I'm not aware of (a smb client, for instance). Just
consider I'm new to this. Does any of you know what I'm missing or
where should I start ?

Thanks a lot,

Marco

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Subject: From Gentoo I can't access shared drectories on Windows
Author: Paul Bredbury    Posted: 2005-06-20 13:33:45    Length: 733 byte(s)
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Marculus wrote:
QUOTE
Now, I need to do the reverse, I mean, from my linux box I need to
access the directories shared on a Win2k system. When I type the
command "smbclient -L clientname" I get the error
"nt_status_access_denied" and nothing happens. I'm sure the directories
on Windows are correctly shared because I can access them with a Fedora
3 distro.

In the kernel config, under "file systems" - "network file systems",
look at "SMB file system support" and "CIFS support".

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Subject: From Gentoo I can't access shared drectories on Windows
Author: Marek \"the.bartez\" Zawadzki    Posted: 2005-06-21 15:01:12    Length: 617 byte(s)
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Marculus napisaƂ(a):

QUOTE
"nt_status_access_denied" and nothing happens.

I think it is becouse name and passwd of user on win machine. Try for
example make new user on windows machine of the same login and passwd as
in your gentoo box or try to use user Guest or something when trying to
access windows shares...

--
Pozdrawiam,
Marek "the.bartez" Zawadzki

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