I have modified de smb.conf file to work as domain controler I restarted the pc, and when I try the installation I revice C:\PROGRA~1\samba>smbclient -L localhost -U guest%password session setup failed: adding users, few status command, etc ... The icon may have a number after it, for example "Local Area Connection 5".Click the Properties button.Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" and click Properties.Click Advanced.On the DNS tab, untick the box marked If not, then the installation was not successful.
C:\Program Files\samba>start_daemons.cmd C:\Program Files\samba>"C:\Program Files\samba\sbin\nmbd.exe" --daemon C:\Program Files\samba>"C:\Program Files\samba\sbin\smbd.exe" --daemon C:\Program Files\samba>smbclient -L localhost -U guest%password timeout connecting to 127.0.0.1:445 timeout connecting to 127.0.0.1:139 Error connecting to 127.0.0.1 (Operation now in If Cygwin is installed, skip to step 7. This guide details all the problems I went trough -and the solutions – to make my printer available in my home's LAN. Worked out of the box for me! read the full info here
please help! After some tests... 2.2 Yep, it better to hardcode the one and only, not substituted drive. Test Samba from another Windows computer: net use * \\18.104.22.168\tmp /user:guest password Substitute your hostname or ip address for 22.214.171.124.
Physically go to the Windows XP computer. Thanks. [ Parent | Reply to this comment ] # Re: Sharing a printer to Windows XP clients with Samba and Cups Posted by wolfvorkian (216.67.xx.xx) on Tue 23 Oct 2007 I came across many documents and web pages in the Internet that explain in a general way what I was trying to do, but none of them alone solved my problems The old username is still the "official" system username; the new username is more of a display name or an alias.
Notes: After changing smb.conf always restart the samba server Commands to be used: ./smbd stop ./smbd start 2) Changes to be done in the smb.conf file are Notes: a) Whenever you Enable Smb Windows Xp This is really discouraging because there are no error messages and we have not a single clue of what is happening. The process cannot access the file, because it is being used by another process." [ Parent | Reply to this comment ] Recent Weblogs Changes for GnuPG in Debian by More about the author So it won't be useable as an interactive shell or graphical login account.
Keep getting permission problems. You can do any other editing you want to do later when everything is up and running. ***(1) Use any sensible name, but remember what it is. ***(2) Use the same FAQ Forum Quick Links Unanswered Posts New Posts View Forum Leaders FAQ Contact an Admin Forum Community Forum Council FC Agenda Forum Governance Forum Staff Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct Forum z_samba.zip contains z_samba/files/ramdrv/samba/smb.conf, which has already been configured to work with Windows. 5.
At the end you should be able to print from any of these machines. http://serverfault.com/questions/168243/running-samba-active-directory-server-on-windows-desktop-for-developing Windows XP Server This section enables Windows XP as a samba file server. Windows Xp Smb Version Well, I managed to complete everything in this tutorial: setup a SAMBA at 1 winXP PC, with a custom folder shared. Windows Xp Smb Exploit For all the devices in this familiar family setup, or even a scenario with thousands of users, the Samba suite is an ideal solution for file and print sharing.
By now I don't plan to use other nix stuff on that pc, so I don't want to use full cygwin at all, nor to control daemons or serviceze samba. We proceed to install it using: apt-get install gs-esp What is this program supposed to do? To access the private shares you will have to make sure the user exists in smbpasswd. Therefore, shares defined with this method are not visible in smb.conf.
Although installing a ppa printer was difficult (nightmares as indicated), I could not have done it without the info in this article. The computer name should be set to the hostname - in most cases this is your hermes username. i have just downloaded it straight from the net using basic right-click save method. Is there anyway to give more 'raw power' or to tweak samba settings to make it fully utilize memory or cache to speed up the file copy speed?
Fired by an Intoxicated Boss Finding digits that sum to 15 If dark matter bends light, how do we know the stuff in the sky is where we think it is? This what is called ipp internet printing protocol. If BartPE, it should work out of the box.
Hope somebody can give guidance, which I did wrong. Consult your router's manual for instructions on assigning specific IP addresses to each computer in your home network. The process must be repeated en each of the Windows XP machines. Keep in mind that this is a fresh install of Sarge.
Happy hacking! This knowledge base article (http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;811151) helped me transfer most of the settings of "Pitt Stains" to a newly created account called "pstains." It's not quite perfect, but I believe the only After playing with it quite some time I was unable to find a work around. Samba works great on a Windows XP SP2 - I got 10-15 Windows clients each of which has at least two network drives connected.
Well, I just wanted to inform everybody that this is not urgent for me any more...
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