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Old 06-14-2004, 03:49 PM   #1
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samba and fedora core


Hello together

i ve got a problem with samba and fedora core 1. Yesterday ive updated my samba domain with the fedora YUM Update. YUM automatically updated the newest samba version - thats ok! i can login with my samba users on the w2k client. the loginscript works, the client get their netdrives. but if they want to access to their netdrives: windows says: access denied. But if I logon with the root-accout, i can connect to all my shares.

my /etc/samba looks like:

lmhosts
smb.conf
smb.conf.rpmnew
smbusers
secrets.tdb
smb.conf~
smbpasswd


what is the *.rpmnew and what is smb.conf~?
has anybody a solution for this problem?

thank u for helping

icone


(on german)

ciao zusammen

habe ein problem (hoffentlich nicht schlimmes:-)) habe vorgestern auf meinem Samba server (Fedora Core 1) das YUM Update laufen gelassen. Es hat automatisch die neuste Samba version istalliert. Samba läuft als domänencontroller für W2K Clients. Nach dem Neustart haben alle User keine Rechte mehr auf den Laufwerken, d.h. sie können sich an der domäne anmelden, das Login script läuft ab, die Laufwerke werden verbunden. Aber wenn man auf ein Netzlaufwerk klickt kommt: Zugriff verweigert

Was mir aufgefallen ist:
inhalt von etc/samba/
lmhosts
smb.conf
smb.conf.rpmnew
smbusers
secrets.tdb
smb.conf~
smbpasswd

für was sind smb.conf.rpmnew und smb.conf~
jemand ne idee? wo liegt das problem? wenn ich mit root einlogge kann ich auf alle shares zugreifen
gruss und merci für die hilfe

icone
 
Old 06-14-2004, 05:40 PM   #2
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smb.conf~ is a backup of a previous version of smb.conf made by an editor like emacs when you save smb.conf. The other one, I'm not sure about...
 
Old 06-15-2004, 02:45 AM   #3
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the rpmsave file is also a backup, if you update rpm packages it moves your .conf file to a .rpmsave file so, I have seen cases where the rpmsave file should be copied over the .conf file
 
Old 06-15-2004, 12:39 PM   #4
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yes, but the current smb.conf is my own config file, whitch worked before...has anybody a idea how to fix this problem? or how can i reinstall the yum updates?
 
  


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