[Bug 209520] Re: SMB error: Unable to mount location when server configured with security=share

nukedathlonman areginato at hotmail.com
Sat Jan 10 20:01:09 GMT 2009


Yes, it most certainly does effect Debian as well.

My desktop has this problem (Ubuntu Intrepid) and I cannot connect to my
D-Link DNS-323 NAS unless I mount it manually from the command prompt.
I did try all of the suggestions here.  I can see the server, I can see
the share, I get prompted for log in info, and then I see empty folder
with the message about not being able to display contents of the share.

My Laptop, running Debian Etch worked fine until I did some apt-pinning
to pull newer stuff in from Lenny & Sid.  I ended up needing to pull
Gnome in from Lenny.  And now I'm having the same results - cant access
the smb share unless mounted via command prompt.

For now, I'm watching and trying new things as they come up - until it's
fixed I'm just using the ftp service on the DNS-323 (slightly
inconvenient, but it works)

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SMB error: Unable to mount location when server configured with security=share
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/209520
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