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I have setup a linux server with samba in order to share the two hard drives to the user "ttoomey" for both of my 2 other machines.
One machine running WINXP/Ubunutu dual boot and one running OS X (a dual processing G5)
I have been able to mount the network drives in windows and share with no problems whatsoever. Same goes for the Linux setup on the same computer, but on the OS X G5 I get an error when trying to drag and drop files onto the mounted network drives.
The drives mount just fine and I have it setup to mount at startup. The user/pass combination works and I can even drag 1 file at a time to these network drives on the linux machine, but after dragging that one file (which will show up and go through just fine) I get the error from OS X saying
"The operation could not be completed because you do not have sufficient priviledges for some of the items."
Now if I drag a folder, it will create the folder and then give that message, and if I drag 2 files it puts one and gives me that message, and if I drag one file it throws that error after putting the single file on there.
I can even delete the files that I put on there but for some reason I get that error whenever writing to the drives? Does anyone know what may cause this or if there is a work around?