On 11/29/2017 07:39 AM, Dario Lesca wrote:
Il giorno mer, 29/11/2017 alle 06.49 -0500, Temlakos ha scritto:
> comment = Gamester account
> path = /home/gamester
> read only = No
> valid users = gamester
> $smbclient -L temlakos -U Temlakos
If you do this command:
$ smbclient //temlakos/gamester -U Temlakos
you should connect to your folder
and if you do "ls" see the contents of the folder.
and if you do "mkdir test" create a new folder
Is this OK?
Negative. Here is the output:
smbclient //temlakos/gamester -U Temlakos
tree connect failed: NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED
From Windows You can connect to Fedora type "\\temlakos" into file
Is this OK?
Now /that/ works. I can't understand why the file manager won't list it
normally as a browseable system. But when I specify it, I can get it.
Now: once I have it, I can only connect to one particular account.
Happily, the account I'm connecting to, is the account having the
largest amount of data. This is crucial, because I face an imminent HDD
failure. (The outputs of satactl and fsck include some dire warnings,
and attempt to clone the HDD using Acronis True Image /failed/, and the
bearings have been balefully noisy of late.) So I need to back up my
data *now* while preparing to:
1. Install two SSD, one 120 GB and one 1 TB.
2. Install F27 "clean" on those two drives, with the 120 GB SSD mounting
as "/" (root) and the 1 TB SSD mouting as /home.
More on that in another thread. But the bottom line is: I need to
re-establish some kind of network connectivity so I can rescue my data.
Is SElinux disabled or enable?
if enabled, is configured like
I wouldn't know how to test that.
Let us know