Dave Stratford wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I've just updated one of my fedora 11 boxes to fedora 14. Everything is
> working except samba - whether between linux boxes or between linux and
> RISC OS which is where I really need it.
> I've allowed for samba in the firewall, and I've set up the shares exactly
> as I had them before. The samba configuration is, essentially, duplicated
> from the other linux boxes on the network.
> NFS, SSH, FTP (I think!), SCP etc all work, as does connecting to the
> internet, so it's not the network per se, unfortunately I cannot think
> what else I could try, having scoured google to little effect.
> Any advice greatly appreciated.
> Many thanks,
I gave up on samba for linux to linux as the client was poor. Now use NFS.
however it's been rock solid with Windows and OSX as clients, so Id
suggest trying to isolate the problem first by putting a standard CLIENT
on the net that you know works, to see if the server is behaving.
your post is a bit information light too - do the samba logs show
anything? is the daemon even running?