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Samba Filesystem
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Trying to find latest Sambfa FS on GitHub but i can only find source code? Is there a download page somewhere???

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@Joeled

http://os4depot.net/?function=showfil ... e=network/samba/smbfs.lha

That is from Jan 2020.

Cheers,
Bill "tekmage" Borsari

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@tekmage

Okay i have been loking for a 2.2 version. So this is the latest stable version? Thanks.

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@Joeled

I found 2.22 here, and it's running pretty stable for me:

https://os4welt.de/download/file.php?id=3863

Best regards,

Niels

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@nbache

Any chance you can point me directly to the download page? The one you added doesnt show me samba 2.22. My german isnt good either. Strange that there isnt a download page at Olofs github?

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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From Lecco, Italy
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It seems you must login to be able to download the file

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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Yeah, sorry about that, I didn't think of it.

I just grabbed the URL from the file comment and posted it.

But I believe there is a thread on OS4Welt where that link must have been posted. Should be possible to find in the "Foren-Übersicht".

If you don't find it, mail me at niels (at) nbache (dot) dk.

Best regards,

Niels

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@nbache

Check your email.

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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Does anyone know if it can work with up to date SMB protocol? i can't seem to be able to conect to my NAS.
(openmediavault)

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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Hey Ami603,

It only supports the smb v1 protocol.

I'm running Ubuntu 18 on my home NAS and I needed to add this to the [global] section of smb.conf:
ntlm auth = ntlmv1-permitted

With that in place it works.

SMB v3 support would be very nice :)

Cheers,
Bill "tekmage" Borsari


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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@Ami603

smbfs onlt support SMBv1, but in your NAS (https://en.community.sonos.com/advance ... on-openmediavault-6821974)
...
You must add this line to the /etc/samba/smb.conf file in the [Global] section:

ntlm auth = yes

This apparently enables SMB V1.
...

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@Ami603

or SMB V1 in the menu of the NAS enables.

With my WD NAS it works perfectly.

For experimenting, if necessary MountSMBFS from the AmigaDepot ;)

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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is there a way to enable smb v1 only for some account?

Thanks

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@Ami603

[spanish]
A menos que la seccion [Global] se cargue por cada usuario, supongo que...ni idea.
[/spanish]

Unless [Global] section is "loaded" for each user I guess...not

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@Ami603

I am working on a version 1.4, where you can save the settings per share/account.

There are also some parameters, ARexx support...

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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today i spent almost all day try to connect my Sam440ep using smbfs to my linux machine.. Everytime i tried to connect to my shared directory i get an error message:

Quote:

smbfs: ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access denied).
smbfs: Could not connect to server '192.168.1.7' (1/5, ERRDOS/Access denied).


but the settings (under linux/debian) are ok as I am able to connect to my shared folder with my mobile phone with android..

This is the string I use to connect under Amiga and I use the latest smbfs version available on OS4Depot (January 2020). Any idea?

Quote:

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

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@nubechecorre

Maybe you must set your sanba server to SMB version 1 on your linux machine.
As smbfs only knows SMBv1.

Check manual/guides on your smaba service linux machine.

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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ok i try and tell you
thanks

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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ok i was able to set smbv1 for my linux samba server but even that my amiga still refuses to connect. I suspect that I am doing something wrong..

Here is the smb.conf of my machine, any hint is appreciated

Quote:

[global]

Workgroup = WORKGROUP
security = user
client min protocol=NT1

[condivisa]
path = /home/davide/Desktop/Condivisa
available = yes
browsable = yes
public = no
writable = yes

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@nubechecorre
I think that tha Service part is incomplete in the smbfs command line,
probabily you must add condivisa

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