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Disconnect your network from the internet. Change security=user to security=share in the global section. Also change encrypted passwords to no. Win95 doesn't use encrypted passwords although second edition of Win95 uses encrypted passwords. You can either run the registry script that came with samba or set encrypted passwords in smb.conf .
I don't have access to my smb.conf file but I did post my old file in this forum. You may want to do a search.
Thank's everyone! I try SMB connection again tomorrow. (To michaelk: Yes, smbd and nmbd are running, but I must see if there is something interesting in /var/log/samba and also must check connection with
If I remember right , I've already tried chance security level in smb.conf..but must check it also..
Now I have working Samba-system(Thanks,..!), but I have one problem
more..How can I configure SuSE 8.2's firewall so that it not disturb Samba connection? With ZoneAlarm in Windows-systems
I can give trusted IP:s. Is there in SuSE similar configuration somewhere?
And second question: If I want see Windows' files from
my SuSE-box it works fine with
[smbmount //kaksi/C '/mnt/windows/' -o username=hehku]
(in my case).
How can I create similar script , it would be so much
faster use, than open terminal every time when I need use