I had installed samba and had it working on this AIX host, but
the initial install was with a standalone win95 machine on a domain
called "workgroup". Since then my client has install a NT server
changed the domain to "DOMAIN" and changed the host name on the AIX
box from RS6000 to RISKY.
I have managed to get "RISKY" to show up in the network
neighborhood but whenever we try to show the shares we get an error
message "computername/share does not exist or is on a network you do
not have access to".
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1 testparm reports no errors and the share shows up
2 I can ping both ways.
3 when I run smbclient -L RISKY -U% the shares are listed
4 when I run nmblookup -B RISKY _SAMBA_ I get SAMBA not found
BTW (we are starting nmbd, and smbd from a script file with just the
5 when i run nmblookup -B RISKY '*' I get the IP address of
Has anyone seen this or changed a hostname/domain name? MY guess is
that samba is right, but NT/windows is hosed somehow. maybe a wins
problem. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.