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Re: Samba Access from WinXP




On 20/03/06, *Guido Leisker* <lists gl guido-leisker de <mailto:lists gl guido-leisker de>> wrote:

     > Hey mates,
     >
     > I set-up a smaba server on my laptop with a shared folder, and
    correct
     > work-group access, so that I can see it from my WinXP program on the
     > network... Now, I also managed the correct user access for the
    server,
     > with username = my username (ahelmy) and password...
     >
     > However, I cannot access the server (or the shared folder, that
    is) from
     > my WinXP pc, so... what else should I do? When I try and access it, I
     > get the permission denied error mesage
     >
     > Thank you
     >
     > --
     > A. Helmy
     >
    Do you try to share home dirs?
    Then you have a problem with se linux
    Have a look at
    $ man samba_selinux

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> huh? I didn't really understand that Guido :)

If you try to share direcotories which are home-direcotries of users. Or chield-dirs. Then that is not allowed by fedora by default.
You have to tell se-linux that you want to do that.
That is not a samba-part.

type man samba_selinux

(Is my english realy so bad ;) )


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