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Re: Can't browse file shares on other computers with F11 using Samba



On Sun, 2009-12-06 at 17:25 -0500, KC8LDO wrote: 
> I have a problem with F11 not browsing file shares on other machines. I can
> browse file shares on the F11 box from other computers however just fine.
> When I try to browse file shares, using Nautilus, on the LAN I can see
> several machines out there and a folder for the local workgroup. Clicking on
> one of the computers listed I get a message about not being able to mount
> the location. I have F3, F5, F8 and a F12 box that all seem to work OK, just
> the F11 box is not working. I set them all up the same.
> 
> After doing some research using Google I found this isn't exactly an
> uncommon problem. Samba was removed and then reinstall using yum-extender,
> no luck. I'm not using DHCP, all machines have a fixed IP, the firewall is
> disabled, network manager is disabled, IPv4 is the only protocol running
> (IPv6 is disabled) and SELinux is disabled. Some info I found tends to
> suggest it's a Nautilus screw up, maybe.
> 
> Any ideas?
I have the reverse problem. The F11 machine can access the F12 machine but the F12 machine can't access the
F11 machine. But both see the Win XP machine on the LAN. 
> 
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