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Alright: I'm running RedHat 8.0 and everything was working fine. I installed samba and got it working with xsmbrowser, browsing a small home network of windows boxes.
I'm running my internet through a proxy, however, and seemingly without doing anything on my end, everything suddenly stops working in the middle of a browsing session. Xsmbrowser is unable to locate domain master and says the network is unreachable. In the network preferences, eth0 is deactivated and won't activate.
I think someone might have run the network wizard on an XP box I was connecting to, but I'm not sure if it would've had any effect...
Alright: I' ve no problem with pinging the computer I want to connect to, which was not possible before without a fixed ip, but I still get a strange string of errors trying to browse it with samba and access its connection through a proxy.
"querying MSHOME on 192.168.0.1
wins_server_died(): Could not mark WINS server 192.168.0.1 down.
Address not found in server list.
name_query failed to find name MSHOME#1b
Failed to find domain. Now using wins server on domain master.
spawn nmblookup -d 1 -A 192.168.0.1
looking up status of 192.168.0.1"
Ah, sorry about all this: thanks so much for your help.
I assume that file and printer sharing is installed but what protocols are used on the XP machine? the linux box will only use TCP/IP so I would suggest remving all others unless you require them for something else.
I'm affraid that's me for the night - I'll check back tomorrow though.
Last edited by david_ross; 03-22-2003 at 07:02 PM.