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Re: nautilus VS samba



On Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 11:13:08PM -0500, Adam D. Ligas wrote:
> On Sun, 2008-12-21 at 18:28 -0500, fred smith wrote:
> > the old win98 I have in a vmware session. No problem.
> > 
> > But in nautilus on the fedora 10 box it just says:
> > 
> > 	Unable to mount location
> > 	Failed to retrieve share list from server.
> > 
> > Now this is weird: On that same laptop, as an ordinary user, I can open
> > a terminal and type in this command:
> > 
> > 	smbclient //192.168.2.12/dirname mypassword -U myusername 
> > 
> > and voila, I'm connected to my shared home dir on the Centos box.
> 
> In the Nautilus "Connect to Server" dialog, are you entering a "User
> Name"?

For that particular computer, it never goes as far as to ask for
user credentials--it errors out instantly when I click on the icon
for that specific computer.

> 
> On my F9 laptop, I find if I do that the share won't mount.  I have to
> just enter the server and share information only.  Then, when it tries
> to use the share, it prompts me for the username and password and it
> works correctly.
> 
> It didn't used to be this way, and I've gotten it to lead to two icons
> for the same Samba share, but I haven't had the time to install/test it
> on F10 and file the bugzilla if it still exists.
> 
> - Adam
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