Linux Newbie: win98->ipmasq->Kinux->Internet: Now Samba question

Linux Newbie: win98->ipmasq->Kinux->Internet: Now Samba question

Post by Chem-R-U » Thu, 15 Jul 1999 04:00:00



Kernel 2.2.10, ipchains.

This group scrolls by so quick that I cannot keep up (my newserver keeps
things for a very short time).

I am tryine to set up Samba so that I can transfer files between win98
and Linux. I have read about a registry hack in win98, but don't know
hat it is.

Could someone be so kind as to point me at the registry hack.

Particulars:

ipmasq works, I can access the internet thru Linux ipchains. Linux can
telnet thw windoiws bos and I cann telent Linux box from windows. I can
ping both boxes from each other, so the network is working. But I cannot
transfer fu\iles between either box.

Could someone please show me the registry hack and how to setup Samba so
that I can move files between either box.

TIA,

Denning

 
 
 

Linux Newbie: win98->ipmasq->Kinux->Internet: Now Samba question

Post by jeff » Fri, 16 Jul 1999 04:00:00


You can find that information in the SMB HOWTO but it might be easier to
change your smb.conf to enable encrypted passwords. www.samba.org is a
deep well of samba information.

Good luck!

Jeff


> Kernel 2.2.10, ipchains.

> This group scrolls by so quick that I cannot keep up (my newserver keeps
> things for a very short time).

> I am tryine to set up Samba so that I can transfer files between win98
> and Linux. I have read about a registry hack in win98, but don't know
> hat it is.

> Could someone be so kind as to point me at the registry hack.

> Particulars:

> ipmasq works, I can access the internet thru Linux ipchains. Linux can
> telnet thw windoiws bos and I cann telent Linux box from windows. I can
> ping both boxes from each other, so the network is working. But I cannot
> transfer fu\iles between either box.

> Could someone please show me the registry hack and how to setup Samba so
> that I can move files between either box.

> TIA,

> Denning


 
 
 

Linux Newbie: win98->ipmasq->Kinux->Internet: Now Samba question

Post by jeff » Fri, 16 Jul 1999 04:00:00


I forgot to mention that you will also need to load smbfs.o to get
smbmount to work.

> Kernel 2.2.10, ipchains.

> This group scrolls by so quick that I cannot keep up (my newserver keeps
> things for a very short time).

> I am tryine to set up Samba so that I can transfer files between win98
> and Linux. I have read about a registry hack in win98, but don't know
> hat it is.

> Could someone be so kind as to point me at the registry hack.

> Particulars:

> ipmasq works, I can access the internet thru Linux ipchains. Linux can
> telnet thw windoiws bos and I cann telent Linux box from windows. I can
> ping both boxes from each other, so the network is working. But I cannot
> transfer fu\iles between either box.

> Could someone please show me the registry hack and how to setup Samba so
> that I can move files between either box.

> TIA,

> Denning

 
 
 

Linux Newbie: win98->ipmasq->Kinux->Internet: Now Samba question

Post by Monte Philli » Fri, 16 Jul 1999 04:00:00


In the /utils dir(?) on the 98 CD is a file called plaintxt.nfo ( or
some such, you'll recognize it).   Simply dbl click and it does the
work.  What it does is change the password encryption entry from 1 to
0
( or vice versa  :)  )

For the SAMBA probs try these:
This site has a step by step howto for complete setup of samba.  steps
for both linux and the win machine.  (and they really work <G>)
http://www.sfu.ca/~yzhang/linux/samba/index.html
and this one as well
http://home.talkcity.com/MigrationPath/maguai/samba.html

 
 
 

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