Samba on linux 5
i am going to configure samba on linux 5 which is the guest os on wmware.my host os is win 7.
in linux when past the command like
smbtree. it give this error ...my host system name is Home-pc
error message is
cli_rpc_pipe_open:cli_nt_create failed to open pipe /srvsvc to machine home-pc err.
how i can resolved it...
Is there connectivity between VM (Linux 5) and main OS i.e. Win7? I think you want to use samba to transfer data between guest OS and your Win7..!!
Samba on linux
Yes both the system are pingable.
it means both system is on network.
Ping does'nt mean that they're in same network. But for samba, they should be in same network domain.
Have u setup any DNS? or can you ping each machine using there full hostname, not with just IP?
i try from win7 to ping my guest os using there name but nothing will do.
if they are not on same network how i can do for this setup.
please detail step by step help needed
[root@lnxdb ~]# smbfind
bash: smbfind: command not found
[root@lnxdb ~]# findsmb
NETBIOS NAME WORKGROUP/OS/VERSION
[root@lnxdb ~]# smbtree
cli_start_connection: failed to connect to NACO-C85CC84306<20> (0.0.0.0)
cli_rpc_pipe_open: cli_nt_create failed on pipe \srvsvc to machine HOME-PC. Error was NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED
My system is home-pc
both the system are ping.
now whats the problem that my systme is not accessed....
First need is that you put both Win & Linux machines in same network domain. So set some domain first. Also check your Windows PC's FQDN or is this a part of some WORKGROUP? The linux should also belong to the same network. Also both machines should know each other, not just with their IPs, but with hostnames/FQDN. To do this, set domainname in your Linux machine & make it a part of the same domain as your Win machine is in.
Check your /etc/resolv.conf file and nameserver entries in it, if not, then make the same nameserver entries in it as your Windows machines has.
After that, you can install samba server like:
sudo apt-get install samba smbfs
I can't help but what is 'Linux 5'? RedHat? Something else? That will define the commands that you might need to install something.
[root@lnxdb ~]# /etc/resolv.conf
/etc/resolv.conf: Permission denied
[root@lnxdb ~]# cat /etc/resolv.conf
please guide me how i can put the both system on same domain and and same group...detail
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