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Re: F7 Samba help



On 7/24/07, antonio montagnani <antonio montagnani gmail com> wrote:
> > I have this samba.conf file: when I try to connect to homes from a
> > linux machine I get the reply that I can't connect to it: but if I
> > connect to for example to DownloadFedora directory, all os o.k. and
> > then I can see also homes directory.
> > And if I conenct by a Windows machine, I can go straight both to homes
> > and other directory..same user of course on all machine: can somebody
> > enlighten me??? Tnx
>
> Have you set SELinux to allow sharing of home spaces?  Look for Samba in
> the Boolean section after running system-config-selinux.
>
> Likewise, for letting Samba through the firewall?  Which can be allowed
> through running system-config-securitylevel.
>
> (Both of those require running them as root.)
>
> --
> [tim bigblack ~]$ uname -ipr
> 2.6.22.1-27.fc7 i686 i386
>
> Using FC 4, 5, 6 & 7, plus CentOS 5.  Today, it's FC7.
>
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Tim

Selinux is off and firewall is open to my internal network (I see
other shares...)

I have also a problem with samba. The trick consists in opening

system-config-samba

and setting your shared directory visible, as after a reboot (because
of some bug) the shared directory is again made invisible.

Paul


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