fcreid at ourcorner.org
Thu Nov 24 03:23:31 GMT 2005
On Wed, Nov 23, 2005 at 07:36:27PM -0500, Frank Reid wrote:
> In the most current FreeBSD 7.0-CURRENT, I am having issues connecting to
> Windows Millennium share using mount_smbfs. The remote share appears to
> mount without an error. However, whenever I try to access the mount point
> on the FreeBSD host, this error is reported:
> RPC struct is bad
> Is this posting relevant to your problem:
> Also, using Ethereal ( http://www.ethereal.com )
> to analyze the traffic between your FreeBSD and Windows Millenium
> machines might be useful.
Thanks for the reply. Yes, I've researched all the relevant past articles
describing this error. To my knowledge, Windows ME doesn't support
share-level passwords. In fact, the share mounts properly and enumerates
the directory from three other Linux machines also on the LAN (and the
Windows machines, of course). This changed (broke) with a cvsup within the
past week or so.
I'm not familiar with how to use Ethereal to diagnose the problem or capture
the packets, but I'll give it a try.
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