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Another Suse 9.1 Problem


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#1 milzee

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Posted 26 September 2005 - 06:47 AM

I Just Installed Suse 9.1 On A test Machine. I Read On A Web site That The Samba Client In Yast Can Make Suse Usable On A Windows Network. I have A Windows NT Domain And Using the Samba Client I Joined The Domain. I Restarted The Computer & When Suse Came To the Logon Screen There Was No "Domain" Or "Log On to" Box, Just USername & Password. I Went Back To the Samba Client And It Said It Was Joined To The Domain, So Why Can I Not Log Onto The NT Domain?

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Posted 28 September 2005 - 07:14 PM

I dont know how Suse uses Samba,but on my box i use LinNeighborhood to browse the Windows shares.
I also use command line for quick and dirty scans for open shares.
smbclient -L <host name or IP>

Here's a tutorial for Fedora (might need to make adjustments for Suse)
http://www.linux-sxs.org/networking/nt4dom_samba.html

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