Originally Posted by Lordandmaker
To access smb files shared by a Windows box, you don't need a Samba server configured on the Linux box.
Depending on where this user is. If it's a Windows user, defined on the Windows box, all you need is smbclient.
If it's a user on the Linux box, you need to set up some system of using Linux-defined users in a Windows environment, and this is non-trivial.
can you help me out to set up smb client ..i want to be able to connect to win server 2003 .... and check some shared folders and stuff..
for example like by ubuntu option.... .commect to the server..
so i enter domain name, user... and im connected to win xp ( thats by ubuntu) i want to be able to do the same. by redhat
What happens when you click 'start'?
it happens like i told you check gif file
smb starts and 2 one not.
plz help me out
im able to ping redhat . but not able to ping server from redhat ...