I have similar problems here. I have a windows 2000 fileserver (which is a domain controller as well). And I have two Red Hat 9 inux clients.
I'm opening up a browser on the first RH box and doing a smb://192.168.1.98
where 192.168.1.98 is my fileserver. It prompts for credentials which I enter.
I double click some shared folders in my fileserver, and it lists the contents fine. But when I go to double click it nothing happens (assuming access error)
My other linux box (also RH 9 setup the same) can see the shares. But when you double click a folder, you cannot see the contents.
Any ideas? I did no configuration on the samba client. This is all out of the box.
I have seen several blogs and forum entries elsewhere state that because NTFS volumes do not support linux ownership or permissions, they cannot be used for anonymous ftp upload through the vsftpd program.
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