|Summary:||Can't browse domain samba shares.|
|Product:||[Fedora] Fedora||Reporter:||Alejandro Gonzalez Hernandez - Imoq <imoq>|
|Component:||nautilus||Assignee:||Alexander Larsson <alexl>|
|Status:||CLOSED NOTABUG||QA Contact:|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
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|Last Closed:||2004-04-07 01:07:01 UTC||Type:||---|
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Description Alejandro Gonzalez Hernandez - Imoq 2003-11-14 17:12:30 UTC
Description of problem: When I do a smb:/// in Nautilus I get the error message: "Couldn't display "smb:///", because Nautilus cannot contact the SMB master browser. Check that an SMB server is running in the local network." But I can easily do in the command line: [imoq@imoqland imoq]$ smbclient -L 192.168.1.161 Password: Sharename Type Comment --------- ---- ------- video Disk IPC$ IPC IPC remota D$ Disk Recurso predeterminado print$ Disk Controladores de impresora Xerox Printer Xerox Document Centre 420 PS NAV Disk BACKUP Disk downloads Disk F$ Disk Recurso predeterminado ADMIN$ Disk Admin remota C$ Disk Recurso predeterminado HP2200 Printer \\RECEPCION\HP2200 So, I would like to be able to browse the network via nautilus as well. Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): [imoq@imoqland imoq]$ rpm -q nautilus nautilus-2.4.0-7 [imoq@imoqland imoq]$ rpm -q samba samba-3.0.0-15 [imoq@imoqland imoq]$ How reproducible: Always. Steps to Reproduce: 1. Open nautilus 2. Type smb:/// in the location bar. Actual results: Error message: "Couldn't display "smb:///", because Nautilus cannot contact the SMB master browser. Check that an SMB server is running in the local network." Expected results: Be able to browse the network, after nautilus asks for as password. Additional info: Here are my relevant lines from smb.conf, just in case: workgroup = CGMDCT netbios name = IMOQLAND server string = imoqland hosts allow = 192.168. 127. security = DOMAIN unix password sync = No local master = no domain master = no preferred master = no password server = SERVIDOR1 guest ok = yes encrypt passwords = no dns proxy = no
Comment 1 Bob Miller 2003-12-29 14:12:51 UTC
When running LinNeighborhood using either the Fedora or RedHat 9 samba RPMs (which seem to work fine on top of Fedora Core), am able to browse an MS workgroup (i.e., list the computers in the workgroup) and open an individual computer to view the directory shares. With the Fedora RPMs, am UNable to mount a directory share; get error message "Can't resolve host." I can mount a directory share using the Redhat 9 RPMs. Samba config file is the same for both.
Comment 2 Alejandro Gonzalez Hernandez - Imoq 2004-04-07 01:05:56 UTC
It works now, I just had to change: local master = no domain master = no preferred master = no to local master = yes ;domain master = yes preferred master = yes It doesn't matter here at home since it's a two-computer network but it could be an issue in bigger networks. I'll close this bug as "not a bug".
Comment 3 Alejandro Gonzalez Hernandez - Imoq 2004-04-07 01:08:36 UTC
Just to add a comment here: The "issue" got fixed in home's little network but not in job's big network since we DO use a NT4-controlled domain in there.
Comment 4 Alexander Larsson 2004-04-07 08:37:39 UTC
Any chance you could test this with the smb:// support in gnome 2.6? Thats quite different, and might work well for you.
Comment 5 Alejandro Gonzalez Hernandez - Imoq 2004-04-07 15:01:14 UTC
I don't have FC2 test2 installation at office for obvious reasons. I'll TRY to test it in the upcoming days to see if it works. Else, I'll have to wait for FC2 to come out to test for sure, but probably it will be too late then :( I'll keep you informed, thanks.