Thanks for the advice and direction. I'll give these a try to see what
happens, and separate the items if any follow up questions.
On Thu, 2012-03-29 at 21:13 -0700, Craig White wrote:
> On Thu, 2012-03-29 at 14:01 -0600, R. Welsh wrote:
> > Howdy,
> > Have a couple of open items in forum that I haven't been able to resolve
> > and am looking for guidance.
> > Item 1:
> > I have F16 installed on a system with Samba server 3.x. I have
> > configured both directory shares and a printer share through Samba. I
> > can access these shares from Win7, I can access the directory shares
> > from WinVista but not the printer share, and I can't access these shares
> > at all from WinXP. Any hints?
> > Item 2:
> > The Bootloader Configuration utility in F16 is looking for a grub.conf
> > file under the /boot/grub directory instead of looking for grub.cfg
> > under /boot/grub2. In spite of this, I am trying to setup dual boot on
> > this system where I have the F16 on the primary hard drive and Win7 on
> > the second hard drive. I've tried a few different menu entries based on
> > example text in the grub documentation. Any guidance on where I can
> > look for info on configuring dual boot Linux/Win7?
> you should post separate questions so they can be tackled separately.
> 1. Logs are your friend. Turn up the logging on samba (log level in
> smb.conf) You might actually want to share the configuration information
> too (smb.conf). Lastly, WinXP... if you open an explorer window and type
> YOUR_SAMBA_SERVER does it connect? Does it allow you to authenticate?
> 2. I am under the assumption that if you install os-prober and then run
> grub2-mkconfig (see below) that it should just work.
> yum install os-prober
> grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg
> Where does it fail? What is your configuration in /boot/grub2/grub.cfg
> (before/after these steps?)
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