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Old 08-30-2008, 11:06 AM
Tomas Papan
 
Default CIFS ans SAMBA 2

On Saturday 30 August 2008 13:02:10 Tomas Papan wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> I have a router (asus wl500gp with openwrt kamikaze 7.09) with samba server
> version 2.0.10-4. I have used smbfs to mount this router on my gentoo-box
> (everything works fine), but since kernel version 2.6.27 smbfs will be
> removed I have to switch now to the cifs modul. The problem is that I am
> able to write but I cannot read (I'm always getting permission denied, when
> I'm trying to read, writing is working fine). I'm thinking that cifs cannot
> work with such a old samba version. If you have some experience with cifs
> and samba please verify my assumption.
>
> Here is some configuration files
>
> smb.cfg:
> [global]
> *syslog = 0
> *syslog only = yes
> *workgroup = lan
> *server string = Samba Server
> *security = share
> *encrypt passwords = yes
> *guest account = nobody
> *local master = yes
> *name resolve order = lmhosts hosts bcast
>
> [home]
> *comment = /home
> *path = /home
> *browseable = yes
> *public = yes
> *guest ok = yes
> *writeable = yes
> my /etc/fstab:
> //samba-srv/home /mnt/samba-srv cifs
> guest,rw,uid=1000,gid=100,user,defaults 0 0
>
> Thanks && Best Regards
> Tomas
>
> --
> tomas dot papan at gmail dot com

sorry I forgot to put a subject ;-)
 

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