[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#429767: samba: A Samba share named "share" is quietly invalid.

Christian Perrier bubulle at debian.org
Thu Jun 28 04:35:31 UTC 2007

> I do realize that there does not appear to be any failures in the log 
> files.  I turned logging up to 10 and then trolled through it and still 
> didn't find anything that I thought was suspicious or unusual.
> The failure is that the share can not be accessed in any way 
> (apparently), though it is listed as a valid share on the serving host. 

>  I can't browse it from a Windows XP system, and a remote SMB mount 
> from another Linux host fails as soon as I upgrade -- while other shares 
> continue to work just fine.

What is the message on the client side ?

What happens if you try connecting the share from the server itself
with smbclient: smbclient -U shara //localhost/share ?

There *should* be something in the logs, if something wrong happens

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