Re: NFS/SAMBA shares
- From: Nicholas Robinson <npr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 14:54:32 +0000
On Saturday 22 March 2008 12:25:30 max wrote:
On Fri, 2008-03-21 at 14:03 -0400, max bianco wrote:
of course turning off the firewall does nothing to resolve the issue.
I cannot transfer files of any kind from one computer to another. I
have set SELinux to permissive but no luck.
You might want to give more specifics of what you're doing. "NFS/SAMBA
shares" sounds rather like you're hoping to access one through the
other, which has its problems. Sharing a shared resource doesn't always
I set up an NFS share and a samba share. Neither works and i don't see
any reason they shouldn't. Everything is in place or so i think. I 'll
figure it out sooner or later. Sharing files was no problem before but
now no matter what i try i cannot access the shares. My samba share
shows up on the network but when i access it , i get a message telling
me it cannot find the folder and perhaps its been deleted. I can't think
of what i might have forgotten to do, it seems like it should work and
it doesn't. I can't share my public files either. They show up on the
network but i don't get an error or anything, the folder simply does not
open from a remote machine. I tried disabling the firewall but i still
get nothing. Anyone got a checklist? I don't think fedora is
broken(though that may be the case) i think i have screwed up but for
the life of me i cannot figure out what it is. Checklist anyone?
Just set up something similar myself in the last few weeks as part of a
migration from xp client to fedora client network.
NFS: Presumably you've tried showmount -e to check that your server thinks it
is exporting something in the first place?
SAMBA: have you tried smbclient from your server shell to check you can login
to samba - again making sure that there is something there for your clients
to connect to.
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