Fedora Networking :: Can't Get Secondary Drive To Mount Over Samba

Nov 22, 2010

I've recently set up a fedora 13 machine to use as a media server, I've been able to get everything going except samba. I've installed a second hard drive which is mounted at /media/Core and works fine on the local filesystem. I can browse the share from my mac however when I connect I get this in the smb.log file

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Ubuntu Networking :: Samba Can't Access To Any Shared Folder On Secondary Drive

Sep 27, 2010

I successfully installed Samba, but have problem with access to any shared folder on my secondary drive. If I try access secondary drive with admin user, everything is fine. If with another account try to access via samba to shared folder on partition with Ubuntu, everything is fine again. Every folder has set privileges to read&write to everyone, so shouldn't be problem here.

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May 25, 2010

I have been trying to share folders from my main PC which is running Ubuntu 10.04. I have been able to figure out Samba enough to get my a couple of folders shared, but I have been unable to share any folders which are on my external harddrive. After entering the path in my smb.conf file they appear on the network but I am unable to navigate to them. When trying to navigate to them through the network folder on the pc they are actually connected to I get an "Unable to mount location: Failed to mount windows share" dialog box. On the windows pc I am trying to share with I get, "Windows cannot acces \Josh-Desktop
ame of folder"

My smb.conf file looks like this:

That folders I cannot access are Music and Videos.

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I have a machine acting as a gateway for a private network. While it can ping hosts on that private network, I can't use samba (smbclient or smbmount) to access shares on hosts on the private network from that machine. Other machines on the private network can access shares on other machines - just not the gateway server.

Here's how the gateway is configured:

When I try to connect to ports 139 or 445 (via smbclient or smbmount) the mount() system call times out. As I mentioned above, I can ping those hosts, so UDP packets work but TCP packets seem to get blocked or lost.

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I have a server with two hard drives. I just backed up all my data to the secondary drive, formatted the primary one, and installed Ubuntu 11.04 Server on the primary one. The problem is, whenever the secondary hard drive is installed, Ubuntu says that it cannot mount /boot due to "unsupported options". If I physically disconnect the secondary drive, it starts up just fine, without any error messages. Is there any way that I can connect the secondary hard drive without these problems? I don't want to format it as it would destroy the entire backup.

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At the school i work in i have a server2k3 server that provides a domain to all the windows clients, aswell as a fedora server that acts as an imaging machine and webserver.

Im rather concious of the fact that if for any reason the Server2k3 server was to die there is no backup of active directory, or anything that can take its place whilst a replacement is found.

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How to mount secondary new hard disk in fedora?

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I have edited my /etc/fstab file in order to have it automatically mount a windows network share at startup.

The problem is, that it isn't really working during startup. After I log in, in order to make it mount I have to open the terminal and enter "mount -a".

The following is my fstab file:

Code:

I suspect this has something to do with my laptop not having made a network connection when the entries are mounted, but I'm not sure. How would I go about finding out about any errors?

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Jun 26, 2011

I created a LINUX user account called "test1" and set the password.I installed samba, edited the /etc/samba/smb.conf file with the following

[share]
path = /home/test1
valid users = test1

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Apr 26, 2011

Start>Run>\192.168.0.1storage gives me "The specified network password is not correct." It lists my domain as "ANTEC" which is the name of my computer, though I've changed the workgroup to WELLS. I've run:

setsebool -P samba_domain_controller on

Trying to connect to samba locally gives me this:

Code:

[tedward@hp-firegate ~]$ smbclient //192.168.0.1/storage -Utedafur
Password:
session setup failed: NT_STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE

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Now, I want to use 'mount' to make a connection to this same folder spot such that it is seen as part of the native file system. I've tried this: sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.2.101/users/username/ /mnt/win7server

But I get a 'wrong fs type' warning. WTF? I thought that windows was cifs? You guys have any pointers to how to mount this? BTW, I must absolutely mount this file system, as I'm running some programs built with Open Motif, which do not support Samba.

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Aug 9, 2011

I installed Fedora 15 5 days ago after using debian-based distros for a few years, and until now I've had the habit of sharing many files (mostly multimedia) on my home network, except since I'm the only one using Linux, I have to do it using Samba.In Ubuntu, Xubuntu and Linux Mint, this worked like a charm.

Two things have changed this week: I switched to Fedora 15 like I said before, and I bought a new USB external HDD. I previously used a 500 GB Western Digital, and changed for a 1.5 TB SAMSUNG which is linked to my station via USB. The drive works well and I cp'd the 450 gigs of the ancient drive within the new one without a problem.

Ever since I managed to set up fedora and GNOME 3 as I would like it, I've been trying to setup the network sharing via Samba, and that's a genuine 4-day long headache now.Thing is, yesterday, it worked. After setting everything right, creating an automount of the external HDD in a maybe-too-much permissive folder, allowing Samba through the firewall, getting to know that buddy called SELinux I had never met before and which I struggled to tame ; after setting everything up, it worked seamlessly, I streamed music from the Windows PCs of my network and began watching a film.

Except I had a problem which had nothing to do with Linux: letting the USB drive plugged in on startup prevented the BIOS phase from going well, and my station was stuck on my motherboard splashscreen. To fix this, I had to disable the USB Legacy in my BIOS. Did the trick. Yesterday night, I rebooted like that, and everything was fine.This morning, Fedora wouldn't boot. Since the new BIOS parameters didn't switch the drive on on startup, fstab was trying to mount a drive which wasn't there, and thus crashed, switching to emergency mode.Had to remove the ftsab line concerning the USB drive for Fedora to boot again.

Alrite, that's fixed, I thought ; I just changed the fstab options adding noauto,user, etc. and I thought it would be ok, but it ain't.It's now been 3 hours without me finding any clue as to how to get this working.

IMO, the problem comes from the fact that Samba is missing the right to access the drive. Samba seems to be OK: from the Windows station I can see my Linux station on the network map, I can access it entering the Smbuser I created for this, and the "ext-hdd" dir is present (that's the alias I used in the Samba config files), but when I try to access it, Windows says it can't access it.

I'll try to add as many pieces of information as possible that might be useful:

SELinux config:

Code:
[norfen@norfens-station ~]$ getsebool -a | grep samba
samba_create_home_dirs --> on
samba_domain_controller --> on
samba_enable_home_dirs --> off
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I have a hard drive which I put in an enclosure so that I can attach it by USB to my laptop, like a giant flash drive. In other words, its an external Hard Drive now. When I first plug it in it is detected and mounts like you would expect, but after a few minutes it unmounts. It's like the drive spins down and unmounts or something.

So, I want to remount it over my network rather than having to walk over to the computer and unplug the Hard Drive and then plug it back in. I would even be happy if I could just remote desktop onto that machine and remount the device somehow.

Here's the problem:

When the Hard Drive is mounted, and I run the "mount" command in terminal it shows up as:

/dev/sdc1 on /media/"NAME OF HARD DRIVE"

but when it unmounts itself and I run lsusb in terminal it only shows up as:

Bus 002 Device 053: ID 13fd:1840 Initio Corporation

I don't know how to get it to mount based on that name. So, I am asking: given that it shows up with that name, how can I remount the device from the command line...

The ultimate goal being to get it to reappear in my SAMBA shares.

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It's been awhile since I posted anything which is a good sign my install has been working well and I have been able to handle most everything. However, I'm not able to handle this issue. I recently installed F11 and everything went well. But, when trying to see my other computers on the local network, I cannot. I receive this error message: Unable to mount location Failed to receive shared list from server. I understand the message as it is obvious, but do not know how to fix it.

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Feb 19, 2010

I recently installed Fedora 12 + KDE on my laptop. I also have a media PC which I have connected to my TV. It has an external HD connected to which I am trying to mount on my laptop. It is connected to two other PCs all running Windows 7, part of a workgroup that only requires a password with no user log in. These PCs are working OK but I cant mount the shared drive on my Fedora laptop. I have tried the "Add Network Place" wizard which didnt work. Tried using the host IP rather than the host name. This got me to a user authentication screen which prompted me for a username and password.

As I mentioned before, the only user authentication required to connect to it should be that the device should be within the same workgroup and use the password. Tried using the workgroup name as the username which didnt work, neither did using the PCs usual log in. Eventually I gave up on the wizard and attempted to mount it from the command line using the following command.

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Dec 6, 2010

My question is one of my users was using open suse on his workstation (690 DELL),there are 4 harddrives connected to the machine one is of 160GB and the other three are of 1terrabytes.His 160GB HDD got corrupted the one which is having OS and we replaced it to the new one.User advised to install RHEL 5.2 so i installed RHEL 5.2on 160GB HDD by disconnecting the other three HDD.After installing the machine i tried to mount the other three HDD but could'nt.The error message iam getting is 'Not valid partitiion table'.

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Dec 6, 2010

I'm gonna set up a HA-cluster with the help of DRBD. I have installed DRBD and it's working on the Primary node, I synced them and formated it to ext3 and mounted it successfully on the Primary.

When I'm gonna mount it on the Secondary node it just tells me that I need to specify a filesystem.. so it looks like is hasn't been synced properly or something but both nodes are up to date.

This is my drbd.conf:

Code:
global {
usage-count no;
}
resource dbcluster {

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and could mount it without any problems on dbcluster1, but it doesn't work on dbcluster2.. according to the documentation and various howtos I'm suppose to be able to use it, mount it on both nodes etc. unless I've missed something.

Does anyone know if there is something else I need to do to get it running properly on the Secondary?

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Aug 2, 2010

I was trying to figure out how to get my network drive to mount as a local drive on my computer. This was back on 9.10. Since I've upgraded to 10.04, my boot process halts and tells me (paraphrasing) /shared is not ready to mount. To continue, pres S to skip or M to manually mount the drive.

Well, I have it mounting now through GVFS and I don't need this in my startup anymore. Frankly, it's just annoying that it won't boot into Ubuntu right away. So, what's the startup file I need to edit to remove the attempt to mount the network drive?

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Apr 21, 2010

Can I share an NFS mount with samba?

Scenario:

ServerA has an NFS Mount to ServerB at mount point /home/qlogger/logs

I can cd to /home/qlogger/logs on ServerA and see the contents as they would be on ServerB (NFS Working with proper permissions rw).

I have a samba share setup on ServerA to share the NFS Mounted Directory (/home/qlogger/logs)

I connect with my windows host and am able to view the files and folders. I can create folders just fine however; when I go to copy a file from the windows machine to the samba share I receive a message saying the file is locked.

I have disabled oplocks in samba and the problem still persists.

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Dec 7, 2010

I have a system that I want to auto mount a samba from another one. The issue is that they are both laptops so doing it by name is much much better than by ip. Unfortunately when I try to mount by name with this in my samba:

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it works fine. The ip obviously is going to change depending on what network the two systems are on.

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I'm having trouble setting up samba to work with my vista machine. Whenever I try to mount certain shares I'm getting error 13- permission denied. Specifically, I'm trying to mount my entire C: with this command at the console:

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I've also tried:

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The funny thing is that I CAN mount some other shares, but not all. My distro is slack-current. I've been following as many relevant threads on this issue for a while now and have tried as many of the suggestions as I could understand, but it's getting to the point that I've lost track of what I've tried and what I haven't. Things I have tried:

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enabling encrypted passwords: not sure if I did it right.
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CentOS 5.4 on client and server behind a D-Link router
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client IP: 192.168.0.101 (can ping from server)

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Firewall off (utf disabled)

Internal Sata /dev/sda1 (EXT4 FS)

External USB HDD /dev/sdb1 mounted at /media/SG1500GB (EXT4 FS)

I have two shares

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2. //media/SG1500GB/Music. I set this up for everyone full access and I can see it at all my Windows machines but,I can't get into the folder. Windows keeps giving me an error stating network path not found.I also try to access it via the Nautilus (Places/Network/system/music) and get an error message "unable to mount location, Failed to mount windows share". This drive is mounted per the disk utility.

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Feb 3, 2010

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May 23, 2010

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Aug 3, 2010

I've just loaded a laptop with Ubuntu 10.04, and I am unable to mount a samba share from an older Red Hat server. The problem first occurred when I tried using "Places -> Network" or "Places -> Connect to server", and the server's log gives me something like this

[2010/08/03 15:40:38, 1] auth/auth_server.c:check_smbserver_security(363)
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[2010/08/03 15:40:38, 2] auth/auth.c:check_ntlm_password(319)

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Oct 15, 2010

i have a ubuntu 10.10 desktop and laptop. i installed samba, and smbfs. i shared a folder on each computer. when i browse the network i can see the laptop from the laptop, and can see the desktop from the laptop, but i cant see the laptop from the desktop. when i try to mount the share it says unable to mount, but mounts it anyway...but, i need to be able to mount it so that rsync will see the shares as a dir on the desktop. i tried manually mounting via smbmount following several threads that i found, and i keep getting error sudo smbmount //192.168.1.78/share /media/laptop Password: Unable to find suitable address

that is as far as i've been able to get. i've looked and have only been able to find threads about windows shares, not between 2 ubuntu machines. and i dont know why laptop can see the desktop but not the other way around. they have identical smb.conf files

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