[K12OSN] Appletalk and K12LTSP

Shawn R. Austin austinsr at uindy.edu
Wed Sep 29 19:05:13 UTC 2004

I have had the same problem before.  Try going into the shares and
removing(or moving) the .AppleDB directory.
I have found that usually fixes it.

On Wed, 2004-09-29 at 13:04, Jim Hays wrote:
> I am using a K12LTSP server as a file server for one of our grade 
> schools.  (I have three schools using K12LTSP as file servers.)  This 
> morning, Appletalk started acting up on one of the servers. (After a 
> brief power blink.  Yes, the server and the client computers have been 
> restarted as has the proxy server and the router) 
> When I try to connect from an OSX Mac (OSX 10.2.5), I get
> Connection Failed
> This file server is running on your machine....................
> When I try to connect from OS9, I enter the username and password and 
> the machine freezes when attempting to display the list of shares. 
> These machines are able to connect to other servers in other buildings 
> and the OSX machine can connect to the problem server via SMB.  AFP is 
> broke.
> I compared the configuration files with the ones from the working server 
> and could not find any discernable difference. 
> Has anyone experienced this?  Any ideas?
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