[Samba] Leopard mounting issues - Samba

This is a discussion on [Samba] Leopard mounting issues - Samba ; Mike Bann wrote: > Anyone else noticed issues with mounting Samba from Leopard? Leopard > claims to have never made the connection, but the logs of the > connection > say it authenticated but looks like it never sent a ...

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  1. [Samba] Leopard mounting issues

    Mike Bann wrote:

    > Anyone else noticed issues with mounting Samba from Leopard? Leopard
    > claims to have never made the connection, but the logs of the
    > connection
    > say it authenticated but looks like it never sent a directory to
    > mount.


    Yes, we're also seeing failures when trying to use Leopard to mount a
    Samba
    share. The same shares work fine with Mac OS 10.4. We're just
    starting to
    troubleshoot this; have you learned anything more since your original
    post?

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  2. Re: [Samba] Leopard mounting issues

    I have not unfortunately. I know that mounting from the command-line
    still works in Leopard, but not the gui.

    Kai Lanz wrote:
    > Mike Bann wrote:
    >
    >> Anyone else noticed issues with mounting Samba from Leopard? Leopard
    >> claims to have never made the connection, but the logs of the connection
    >> say it authenticated but looks like it never sent a directory to mount.

    >
    > Yes, we're also seeing failures when trying to use Leopard to mount a
    > Samba
    > share. The same shares work fine with Mac OS 10.4. We're just starting to
    > troubleshoot this; have you learned anything more since your original
    > post?
    >

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