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Old 31st October 2006, 11:04 PM
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Red face Basic Samba Issues?

Hi Everyone,

Im a little new to the whole linux thing so bear with me!!

I have setup fedora and Webmin and samba all sucessfuly and DNS is working too so im quite impressed so far (heh). Now thats is all working i can access webmin on any PC on the network by DNS (iDevNet) and this works fine - yet when i try to map a samba share \\idevnet\homes for example it cant find the location.

When i browse the network i can see the samba server - yet when i click it - again it cant see it any more. Im sure its somthing silly but can anyone shed some light? If you need copies of any files (And where to get them too please? =)) let me know ani will grab them.

Thanks for any help,

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