[Bug 286828] Re: CIFS share broken after upgrade from 8.04 -> 8.10
smfrench at gmail.com
Tue Nov 4 03:42:00 GMT 2008
The file save problem you mention is different than the automount
problem described earlier. In looking at the network trace of the
automount problem, I see that no traffic is sent on the network in the
failing case, which may simply be a configuration problem, or problem
locating mount.cifs during this early phase of boot.
On Sun, Nov 2, 2008 at 10:42 PM, Aron Schatz <aronschatz at aselabs.com> wrote:
> I can also confirm this bug on Kubuntu 8.10.
> Using the same mount options in 8.04 worked fine. In 8.10, files can be
> created, renamed, or deleted, but are NOT able to edit.
> IE: Using Kate, I can open a file but can't save it. It is able to
> create its backup files.
> Eclipse fails to save files as well on the mount.
> Hopefully it gets fixed soon. The LinuxExtensions suggestion did not
> help the problem as I never used them on this mount.
> I can confirm that older clients (8.04, 7.10) can read/write/save on the
> same mount with the same options just fine. Seems like a regression in
> CIFS share broken after upgrade from 8.04 -> 8.10
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