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SMB to CIFS problem writing to shares

I have a Netware 6.0 SP4 server with CIFS configured. I am trying to get a
Linux box(Fedora Core 2) to connect via SMB to the server via CIFS. I can
browse the server but when I try to select a file or directory, I get an
error message about an "internal error".

I think my Novell server is set up correctly. I don;t seem to have any
problems connecting from a Win 2k or Win XP box.

any help would be appreciated.



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Re: SMB to CIFS problem writing to shares

On Thu, 16 Jun 2005 20:25:52 +0000, Fred Hsu wrote:

> I have a Netware 6.0 SP4 server with CIFS configured. I am trying to get
> a Linux box(Fedora Core 2) to connect via SMB to the server via CIFS. I
> can browse the server but when I try to select a file or directory, I get
> an error message about an "internal error".
>
> I think my Novell server is set up correctly. I don;t seem to have any
> problems connecting from a Win 2k or Win XP box.
>
> any help would be appreciated.


Please post this in the the NetWare forums. This forum is for OES issues.

Good luck with your issue.

Aaron
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