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Distribution: Open Suse 10.0, Windows XP Home & Pro & Media Center, Mac OS X
cannot see network when mac os x connected
I have 3 computers set up on my home network. There' a Win XP box, a Suse Linux box, and a Mac os X box. In suse, from Konquerer, I can type smb:/ and it will show me domain that all the computers are on. I can open the domain folders and linux will show me all the computers in that domain. However, as soon as I connect the mac os x box, then linux cannot see the domain. I can however type smb://<mac computer name> and linux will "go" to that computer, but not show any of the shares on the MAC. If i try to access a share directly (smb://<mac computer name>/<share name> then linux prompts me for a login and password. The it will list all files and directories under that share. But, linux will continually prompt me for a username and password. I have the MAC os X running a samba server. The win xp box has no problems connecting the mac os x and it can always see the network. I tried doing a google search, but I can't really come up with a good set of keywords to search on.