nightrecon at hotmail.com
Sun Sep 11 02:56:37 UTC 2011
> On Sat, 10 Sep 2011 11:53:48 +0100, Graeme Dargie wrote:
>> I am trying to mount a samba share that is on a FreeBSD 8.2
>> server to another FreeBSD 8.2 server,
>> Mount_smbfs -I <IP> //user at host/share /mountpoint
>> It then asks for a password, I enter the users password
>> and then get mount_smbfs: unable to open connection:
>> syserr = Authentication error
>> Dmesg is showing smb_co_lock: recursive lock for object 1
>> I have samba integrated with Active Directory, so I then thought
>> ah maybe adding the user to AD would help, so I have done so
>> using the same password etc still no joy, I have make sure the
>> user has access rights on the samba share, restarted samba and
>> the same error persists, any ideas ?
> Sorry, my indivudal knowledge on "Windows" related things
> is very limited, but maybe you need to add some information
> into /etc/nsmb.conf?
> Maybe like this:
> where SERVERNAME and USERNAME correspond to the server's name
> and the username you use to access the share (with the proper
> See "man nsmb.conf" for details.
> Parts of those information should then be reflected in /etc/fstab,
> maybe like this:
> //user at SERVERNAME/share /smb/share smbfs rw,noauto 0 0
> This should allow you to use
> # mount /smb/share
> a bit easier (and automatically, if desired).
Although it has been ages since I played with this, one thing I do recall:
It matters that where indicated above the characters _must_ be in upper
case. When I used to use such a setup I found it wouldn't work without it.
Never knew exactly quite why.
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