> smbpasswd done
> restart smb done
> I can ping from both machines.
>> This what testparm bring up. (Store being the fat32)
> browseable = No
> comment = Windows Directories
> path = /Store
> read only = No
OK, so I assume that the dozers can access their home directories yes?
If so, then try allowing all as a test.
read only = no
public = yes
service smb restart
try to connect again, does it work?
If not then you prob is likely down to fs permissions.
can you write to the drive when mounted on linux?
try to touch a file, see if it works. You cannot chmod 2770 /Store as you
need a nixy filesystem, e.g.: ext3. It does not work on dosey filesystems
like NTFS or FAT32
I'd go for ext3 if I was you anyway. AFAIK, you cannot chkdsk fat32 from
linux, can you guys and gals?
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