The first time you do this you will need to be root, after the first time, any user can then logon from that machine. Try to change or delete a file from another user. I'll jump to the other option you suggested, but it will takes me time to learn it. They are reported by testparm command. Also if your windows machines are part of a domain. I still believe that a there is a connection to serverName002 when trying to use smbclient on a different host since a log file for that host appears on serverName002.
However, nounix turns off the negotiating of extensions and, therefore, server-side perms. I have internet on linux computer and my windows computers can go to and get the homepage that is stored on the linux computer. So that means the network is working properly. Would you please give me an example or show me how to setup samba as you said? We have three different domains, so I plan to start up one samba server for each domain separately As for workgroup, we only have one workgroup for windows, so it won't be an issue. Where can I remove that? The %m gets replaced with the netbios name of the machine that is connecting. Obviously this could be extended to as many users as required.
If you do have to change the workgroup, you'll need to restart samba. I can do it at samba3x, or samba4x do it in a total different way? For the windows machines to see it. It allows you to restrict connections to machines which are on your local network. Enter root's password: Connecting to 172. It's against what I need. Everybody has to start somewhere.
So to avoid that problem you can map a network drive, that is under the tools option on the top. Another solution depends on the type of printer you're using. It would be nice if that were clear in the documentation I found. This allows Samba to collate browse lists between subnets. If so, I'll figure it out. Also if your windows machines are part of a domain. Change the next parameter to 'no' if you want to be able to write to them.
Also if your windows machines are part of a domain. Maybe I misinterpret what you said. I am happy I can use it now. They are reported by testparm command. I've been removed most of these lines you suggested, which means I nearly set nothing. I've been updated the version to 4. The included file is read at that point.
I guess I'll have to wait until this gets fixed if ever and just continue writing my mounts explicitly. This is where a domain comes in, you create the user in one place and the user can then login everywhere. I was hoping to use samba file sharing because I already have it all setup on the linux machines and it appears to work. Maybe I misinterpret what you said. Could you define your question more precisely? Set up a shared directory that is only accessible to authenticated users.
You just need to add whatever shares you require and alter it to suit your workgroup etc. No, I doubt if you will be unable to understand it, you just haven't had any experience yet. Are any machines in a windows domain already? It's too deep for me to understand. My goal here is to be able to use an external hard drive connected on my mac Mountain Lion to be able to store backups from the linux machines. It is recommended that you enable this feature if your Samba machine is not protected by a firewall or is a firewall itself.
Enter root's password: Connecting to 172. When I copy over the smb. For the network configuration: 1. Maybe it can help others. If you want to log through syslog you should set the following parameter to something higher. Don't I need to set anything for this issue? They are reported by testparm command. Now we come to the new questions, will the Unix machines need to be part of the domain? I've been updated the version to 4.
Well, as I don't know what you what, I can only advise on what I see, and I see you trying to setup a standalone server. Enter root's password: Connecting to 172. And telling that, I'm not asking you anything, I'm telling you what you have to do to solve your issue. Maybe I misinterpret what you said. The smbclient can see the shares on the windows machines without problem. This really something Apple needs to address if they want to be part of the corporate world. Note that fred requires write access to the directory.