samba on college linux, cant resolve adress but CAN see files!!
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i dont know anymore!!!!! i tried everything...it STILL CANNOT RESOLVE ADRESS!!!!!!!!!!!!! in Windows my MACHINE is WIZ, the GROUP is LAN and my maps says "shared files on Server (WIZ)" ...i have tried those 3 names on groups and server i have tried all combinations!!!! is there something wrong here??!?!??!?!
Distribution: Slackware, Windows, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Mac OS X
what do you mean by resolve address? can you see the linux machine from network nieghborhood? can you see the windows machine from a browser or linneighborhood? is that what you mean by resolve address?
thats the error when im trying to mount a shared file on the machine: WIZ (Windows comp) it says "unable to resolve adress" and i have no idea what more it could ask from me...the linuxmachine is named Wiztop, and i dont have anything shared so i cant do much with it...