Hey,I'm not a Samba expert, but have you considered disabling the firewall on both your Windows and CentOS machine to see if this yields any results?Additionally, have ... [by drewsymo]
hi...this is Ravi. i was configured centos pdc through samba by editing smb.conf file.now i successfully added windows machine into that centos samba pdc.but i dont know how to configure centos sys... [by ravi1241]
I think I configured my Samba fine, but I cant access the share from a Windows machine. The network is set as bridged in VB configuration and I can ping the Windows machine from CentOS. Also, I can ping it back from the Windows machine.
We are running a Samba 3 domain (Samba 3.5.6) with a LDAP backend. Lately, we installed Windows 7 on a virtual machine (called schnellwienix) and joined the computer to the domain, following the hints on the Samba Wiki Windows 7 page. The Windows machine acquitted the joining with a success message, and our DC created a correct machine account.
Hello everybody i hope some one could help me regarding samba.. i am running a FC13 acting as a samba server & an IP of 192.168.0.3.. I have already installed samba from the fedora core repo.. I can see my samba server on my winxp client.. but everytime i tried to access the samba share a windows message appears
(This is my first post on Linux Questions forums.)
I'm having issue SAMBA server. From Window 7, any SAMBA folders show up as empty folders. All of those SAMBA volumes are with guest access on, so any users can read and write (basically there is no security settings.)
All of the samba volumes can be accessed with Windows XP and Mac OS X.
It was time to upgrade our group server (new HDs, problems with old installation of DRBD, etc..).
Going as usually for CentOS i upgraded whole system from 6.3 to 6.4 The later one came with samba 3.6 as the old one was 3.5. I transferred most of users by copying /etc/password, /etc/shadow and samba accounts with pdbedit. Homes were on nfs-drive.