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Old 03-19-2003, 05:09 AM   #1
riteshsarraf
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Post Samba With Removable Media With WIndows


I've got samba2.2.3a running as a DC on my rh7.3 computer. I've made shares for my CDROM and others, say STUFFS. From my Win2kpro machine I'm able to log to the DC, access shares. The problem comes when I need to eject the cd. It' gives the message:
device or resource busy. I'm forced to kill the PID and then the cd ejects but connection to other shares get disrupted. Any Ideas ? On GNU/Linux, it works fine...

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