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On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 10:14:07AM +0100, Edd wrote:
> Before I file a bug report, I just wanted to check that samba is capable
> of serving files from a FAT32 partition. I have here an OpenBSD-4.2
> i386 machine here with a second disk containting files that I will be
> sharing via both NFS and samba. The NFS share work great, but samba seg
> faults upon a windows client connecting. This occurs when using the
> OpenBSD package, and also when built from scratch using the most recent
> version of samba (downloaded yesterday).
> If I change the share path to a directory on a UFS partition, all is
> well.
> I can not get a stack trace, as even with symbols enabled, the log tells
> me that it cannot make a core dump for this architecure.
> I can however get a "log level =3D 10" paste later today if needed.
> Is this a bug or a limitation in samba?

Without that debug log it's kindof hard to say.


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