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Re: Samba Filesystem
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Thanks pvanni, i tried both with and without but it doesn't work..

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@nubechecorre

try adding to [global] one or both of these:
server min protocol = NT1;
server max protocol = NT1;

restart servive/system and see what happens.
You can try with and old smbfs version too (http://aminet.net/comm/tcp/smbfs-os4.lha) v1.74

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@jabirulo

thanks jabirulo i tried also with old version but nothing changed..
i don't know what to do..

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@nubechecorre

the user you use to connect to the has has a password, maybe add a psw if not.

I have/use an "old" NAS westernDigila blue ring and my smbfs is:

RUN >NIL: samba:bin/SMBFS workgroup=GRUPO user=<User> password=<Password> service=//WDRED/PUBLIC DEVICE=SMBFS0: VOLUME=WDRED TRANSLATE=L:FileSystem_Trans/INTL.crossdos NETBIOS

The drawer in NAS i share is "//WDRED/PUBLIC".
TRANSLATE arg is not requiered.
Insetad of shared name (WDRED) use IP (192.168.a.b).

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thanks jabirulo,

sorry for my late reply, tomorrow and after tomorrow i will look into it and see if i can find a solution. Alternately i can try to make the reverse connection, Amiga as server ftp and linux that connect to it..

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@Ami603
>is there a way to enable smb v1 only for some account?

MountSMBFS Version 1.6 will be in OS4Depot shortly.

kind regards

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I've compiled the latest version from Github, and I was testing it these days. My plan was to upload it on Aminet, if everything works OK (after asking permission from Olaf of course).

Maybe we could help Olaf set up an automated build system on Github, so he can have binaries online also?

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Sorry, another little bug,
unfortunately with parameter nt1
New Update is on the way

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Does anyone know where i can download latest sambafs? I cant see any new version on Github.

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@Joeled

https://github.com/obarthel/amiga-smbfs/releases/tag/V2_1

2.2 never made it out of beta...wonder if Olaf still preparing some new stuff?

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Danke my friend

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@Raziel
2.22 seem's to have made it out, but only on os4welt.de,
search for smbfs, the changes to 2.21 is minimal doubt they even fix any major bugs,
but... the sourcecode is available for anyone to take a stab at it,
compiling it for upload to os4depot, or even implement samba V4+ behavior

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@pvanni

You are correct, the name of the service must be given. It's not sufficient to just provide the server address.

This might work better:

smbfs cache=1024 volume=condivisa Workgroup=WORKGROUP User=davide Password=mypassword Service=//192.168.1.7/condivisa

This is in the documentation, by the way, but given its length it's not for the faint of heart.

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> @Joeled
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> https://github.com/obarthel/amiga-smbfs/releases/tag/V2_1
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> 2.2 never made it out of beta...wonder if Olaf still preparing some new stuff?

I got side-tracked by a little project known as AmigaOS 3.2, I'm afraid...

Things are slowly returning to normal and making the long delayed changes still on my list is finally happening. I still need to solve the problem of file/drawer names using Unicode characters which cannot be conveniently translated into the Amiga's character set. I had an idea of how to make this work in late 2019, which is when the problem popped up for the first time, but didn't make a lot of progress since then (getting side-tracked by AmigaOS 3.2, etc.).

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> @Raziel
> 2.22 seem's to have made it out, but only on os4welt.de,
> search for smbfs, the changes to 2.21 is minimal doubt they even fix any major > bugs,
> but... the sourcecode is available for anyone to take a stab at it,
> compiling it for upload to os4depot, or even implement samba V4+ behavior

I know it's a lot to ask, but please hold your fire. The old version 2.1 is a bit long in the tooth and the 2.2 version is not ready for general release yet

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@olsen

Okay i will use the latest one.

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@olsen

Welcome back, os3.2 took a lot from you, I heard, great to have you around again.

If you need a test monkey again, just shout

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V2.1 works fine for me with my DiskStation. Not fast but it works. I had to enable sambaV2 support to make it work.

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