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RE: Samba Headache

Which version of Samba are you running...I would suggest that you use the
latest (2.0.7) as I understand the earlier versions had some
problems..similar to what you have described!


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Jay Kelly [SMTP:neutec@debiandomain.com]
> Sent:	Friday, July 07, 2000 1:26 PM
> To:	debian-user@lists.debian.org
> Subject:	Samba Headache
> Hello All,
> Well Im still working on getting samba to work with Windows 98. I have
> configured the smb.conf to share my home directory on the linux box.
> Then I open Network Neighorhood in windows and can see the linux box.
> I then try to Map a drive on the linux box and get a error. Windows 
> pops up a dialog box saying:" \\Neutec is not accessible
> The computer or sharname could not be found. Make sure you typed it
> correctly, and try again" Now when I change the Window Primary Network
> Logon from Windows Logon to anything else I can no longer see the Linux
> box.
> This cant be that hard, what am I doing wrong ? I tried to install
> Swat but I couldnt get it to work as well, I was received a error
> connection refused.
> Thanks for you help guys
> settings to log 
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> It feels so good, It's a marginal risk, when I clear off windows with
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