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Is it possible to make a connection to a NAS?

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Is it possible to make a connection to a NAS?

Postby Marc » Wed Oct 14, 2009 3:09 pm

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Re: Is it possible to make a connection to a NAS?

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Re: Is it possible to make a connection to a NAS?

Postby Lightning » Wed Oct 14, 2009 7:24 pm

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Re: Is it possible to make a connection to a NAS?

Postby Marc » Thu Oct 15, 2009 4:05 am

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Re: Is it possible to make a connection to a NAS?

Postby Lightning » Thu Oct 15, 2009 7:29 pm

Two things, the first is the smbfs.o module that you are using is probably not quite the one that you should be using. What you need to do is to download the modules-038.zip and get the correct module version for your system which I am assuming is either 037 or 038.However I am doubtful that this will have very much effect on the system just because of the kernel version. Then install that driver in the /boot/drv/ directory and replace the current smbfs module you have.
Secondly I am wondering about the share name that you are specifying as /share/ when trying to mount it because I did not see a share name of "share" in your list ?
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Re: Is it possible to make a connection to a NAS?

Postby Marc » Mon Oct 19, 2009 11:28 am

As you I doubt if smbfs.o is really needed. Maybe the syntax of the command is indeed the problem. As you see above the //// and // thing was not that obvious either.

In windows the nas looks like this: \\Marcnas\Films So I guessed the servername is marcnas and the sharename is Films. Ooh I understand, I used share as an example. In reality I typed Films.

Options: Is the capital F needed? Is a $ at the end of the sharename needed? Do I have to double slash like with smbclient? Any combinations of these?

Ill try them one by one.
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Re: Is it possible to make a connection to a NAS?

Postby Marc » Fri Oct 23, 2009 7:16 am

All combinations tried and no success. Some give memory fault and I suspect these syntaxes to be correct.
I also read on the internet that smbclient does not and smbmount does use smbfs compiled into the kernel.
"lsmod" returns:
Module Pages Used by
3c59x.o-n 5 1
smbfs.e-n 6 2
3c90x.e-n 6 5
ip_masq_netmeeting 2 0
ip_masq_ftp 1 0
ip_masq_irc 1 0
ip_masq_vdolive 1 0
ip_masq_raudio 1 0
ip_masq_icq 1 0

but the smbfs.gz in the modules.zip copied to /boot/drv/ does not do anything.
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Re: Is it possible to make a connection to a NAS?

Postby Lightning » Mon Oct 26, 2009 12:00 am

I used the exact commands on my own machine and it showed absolutely no errors and it mounted the share without any issues. So there is definitely something going on with your system that is causing a problem. Exactly what that problem is will be the more difficult problem. However if you could start by posting your smb.conf file and before you do you should correct the line that shows "time service = yes" to "time server = yes" in that file as well. This was a typo in the original package that has been corrected on my site now.

Thinking harder about an issue similar to this one but a different subject there was a library that caused problems. It was the newer version of the openssl-0.9.7e package that was causing some memory fault issues and it caused some issues with some other aplications as well. If you have this new 0.9.7e openssl package installed then I suggest removing it and loading the older 096g version and it may solve this problem. Be sure to reboot the machine after the package change.

Also you must use the smbmount command because the standard mount command in FREESCO does not support external file systems.
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Re: Is it possible to make a connection to a NAS?

Postby Marc » Mon Oct 26, 2009 12:27 pm

You did it so it can be done.
OK first I think I need to upgrade to 038 or 042. Maybe its a problem somewhere in 036 or, and that's most probable, its me tinkering with the system too much.
Ill upgrade and try again. At least I learned how to smbclient. It can be scripted so that opens a world of possibilities.
Thanks for all the input people. Ill let you know how I did smbmount with a higher version of freesco.
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Re: Is it possible to make a connection to a NAS?

Postby Lightning » Mon Oct 26, 2009 7:18 pm

I sometimes forget about other versions of Samba. Which for the 04x series there is only the 2.2.7a version. However for the 03x series there is also the 2.2.8 version which I tried a long time back and had problems with. So if you do have the 2.2.8 version installed now make sure when you upgrade the OS that you install the 2.2.7a version of Samba as I am running. Regardless an OS update is a good idea because of the new enhancements.
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