Clay Wells on 23 Jun 2009 13:40:47 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] samba issue

The first thing that comes to mind:
Sharing a folder from your home directory _might_ have something to do with this.
I'd recommend /mp3 or /mnt/mp3.
Permissions (group & owner) need to be set accordingly when using Samba.

On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 11:03 AM, jeff <> wrote:
I know this one's gotta be Operator Error (or ignorance).

I want to share a directory on an Xubuntu64 jaunty machine to named
persons only.  I created the named persons on the machine and gave them
smbpw's.  The machine is not a DC but is sitting on the work domain.

I cannot hit the shared directory no matter how I log in or from what OS
I use.  I can see it but when it asks for credentials, NFW.  I get
"NT_STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME" from linux (on the local machine, from Win
box or from lin box).

I tried [machine name]\login in case samba thought it was seeing [domain
name]\login but no luck.

   browseable = no (tried yes too)
   path = /home/jeff/C/mp3
   valid users = @sambashare, adam, bob
;   guest ok = yes (tried with no luck)

The log said the path didn't exist or permission denied.  I know the
path exists.  The dir has 755 permissions, as does its parent.  I
changed the path - same error.  smbclient -L server -U user doesn't list
the share.

I have Googled this error as well as
"smbd/service.c:make_connection_snum(1073)" from the log.  Nothing

What am I missing?

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