Created attachment 1631925 [details]
browse URL of attached USB in router
Description of problem:
Unable to browse local network folders of my routers attached USB Pendrive
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.open/use file browser
2.click link open/to local network folder
Unknown error condition in stat: Software caused connection abort
open folder URL
Was ok on fc30
Wasn't sure which component
I recompiled the kernel with hoping to correct it but to no avail.
Upgraded fc30>31 and the ability to browse USB Pendrive in the back of the router ceased
I had a similar problem with samba connections with my network storage.
As found in this post:
-> Samba 4.11 switched off SMB1 protocol support by default.
Check the settings of your router, if you can select a higher version of Samba then 1.
This solved my issue with the NAS.
There's nothing I can change on the router.
I think the kernel changed with USB gadgets support...giving another try with recompiling as nothing else is making sense
Thank you Samba...oh well probably insecure, I can use it on Android with an address of smb://192.168.1.254 so I'll just use that until if ever this becomes available again
Did you try the other SMB1 dialects, e.g. NT1, LANMAN2
(section "SMB1 is disabled by default")
Not sure I understand what that means but my LAN attached printer is found with no problems
I replaced smb:// with NT1://, LANMAN2:// and LANMAN1:// but just got 'protocal not supported' or should I manually configure smb.conf?
It means e.g. the options in smb.conf:
client min protocol = NT1
But it did not work for me.. My NAS had the option to use SMB2 or 3.
That Hit it.
Exactly as your example!
Thank you @sidewinds
*** Bug 1770549 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***