Upgraded to Breezy, other computers can't connect to samba
guerramarioalberto at gmail.com
Mon Sep 26 01:28:39 UTC 2005
2005/9/25, Ben Novack <bhn3 at pitt.edu>:
> My Ubuntu machine has a pair of Samba shares for other systems on my
> LAN to access. I can still access them by going to smb://localhost on
> the Ubuntu system, but the other computers on my network time out.
> Both are macs; I used to be able to punch in smb://saraswati (my
> Ubuntu machine's name), and they connected fine; I also tried the IP
> address without success.
> I'm not running any firewall on the system itself; the whole LAN's
> behind one. Any ideas about what's wrong?
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Perhaps your /etc/samba/smb.conf was overwritten so the workgroup line
is the default one?.
Mario A. Guerra
San José, Costa RIca
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