Only Some Windows Shares visible from Linux
Ok, so I have tried gnomba, nautilus, jags, smb4k, LinNeighbourHood, xsmbrowser, smbtree....
...but I simply can see all the resources on our LAN.
The situation is thus....
Our Information Services have a very large LAN full of literally hundreds of windows PCs and a quite a few network drives.
When I use my Win2K "network neighbourhood" I can see all the shares.
When I use my Debian or my Ubuntu 6.06 box I can only see a few.
I know the IP address of the Windows domain controller and I tried putting that in the /etc/samba/smb.conf file under wins server.
Still no go.
Have you considered joining the Ubuntu or Debian boxes to the Active Directory Network?
I suspect the answer if RTFM, but alas, I don't know where The FM for such thing is so, despite being most willing, I haven't been able to R it.
The domain controller should have a domain logon associated with it for the windows computers. You can add linux machines to a domain with Samba.
Kind of dated, but if you have a domain setup, this should be a good start for a FM :D
|All times are GMT -5. The time now is 07:05 AM.|