just brew it! wrote:Do you have a firewall enabled on the client? If so try disabling it and see if that helps.
just brew it! wrote:I know you indicated that you didn't want to set up an NFS export in addition to Samba one, but there's another reason you may wish to do so anyway: file and folder permissions between Linux clients and servers work more smoothly across an NFS share. This is because NFS is designed with UNIX-style access permissions in mind, whereas the Samba protocol is designed for Windows-style access permissions.
just brew it! wrote:Interesting issue you hit there though; I may poke at it a bit tonight when I get home.
mmmmmdonuts21 wrote:I tried giving smbnetfs a try with gigolo but couldn't seem to get it to work.
@Axeman - Do you know of any tutorial on how to use this? I found some online but they were mostly crap or five years old and don't really apply anymore.
Please create configuration directory ~/.smb. This directory should
contain at least two files: smb.conf and smbnetfs.conf. You may copy
smb.conf from the /etc/samba directory. You can find a sample of
smbnetfs.conf in the /etc directory.
fusermount -u ~/Desktop/Network
killall -9 smbnetfs
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