tomh0665 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 10 05:21:56 UTC 2010
>> I previously stopped and restarted Samba several times, and the problem
>> I ended up reinstalling all the Samba components, editing smb.conf as
>> necessary for my environment, and now all three boxes can "see" each
>> other again.
>> I'm not sure what the cause of the original problem was, but all is
>> working fine now.
> Being the OP, I've started and stopped the entire linux box several
> times. Reinstalled and reconfigured the XP box, reinstalled and
> reconfigured the samba components and even reset the router to default
> and reconfigured it. The only thing I haven't done is to reinstall
> ubuntu itself.
> Since the linux box is unable to even find itself, I'm going to assume
> that the problem lies there within.
What is the output of (on the Ubuntu box):
smbclient -I 127.0.0.1
smbclient -M DELL-UBUNTU
(By the way, the config file that you posted does not contain any shares.)
What does "the linux box is unable to even find itself" mean?
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