2008/11/20 Mads Kiilerich <mads(a)kiilerich.com>:
Antonio M wrote:
> 2008/11/20 Mads Kiilerich <mads(a)kiilerich.com>:
>> Antonio M wrote:
>>>> smbclient -L //Celeron
>>>> Enter antonio's password:
>>>> Domain=[CELERON] OS=[Windows 5.1] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN Manager]
>>>> Sharename Type Comment
>>>> --------- ---- -------
>>>> IPC$ IPC IPC remoto
>>> and if I enter the password I get:
>>> [antonio@acerF10 ~]$ smbclient -L //Celeron
>>> Enter antonio's password: xxxxxxxx
>>> session setup failed: NT_STATUS_REQUEST_NOT_ACCEPTED
>>> [antonio@acerF10 ~]$
>> Now you start _saying_ something instead of just complaining.
>> So what you see is that first you _could_ issue "smbclient -L
>> enter password, and suddenly you can't issue exactly the same command?
>> Here both "smbclient -L //server" and "smbclient
> in the first message no password was issued, and this is an exact
I don't understand. I can see that in the first case you got the "Enter
antonio's password:" prompt. But you didn't enter a password? You just
pressed enter and it worked?
In the second case you entered a password and it didn't work?
> Do you have access to a mixed environment Fedora/Windows XP and do you
> have F10 fully updated??
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yes, you are correct.
But after struggling with my Fedora, I got from the Window guy that
they could not see Volume (F) in Computer Resources!!! and I could see
in my Fedora but not connect to it....so at the end, i have to blame
Windows to losing the additional resource.
Now that the problem is solved I have another question/problem
If I open a document file on a Fedora machine that is on a shared
folder on a network resource at least in Windowswhen I want to save it
I get an error (in particular if on Volume (F)).Any idea???
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