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Re: smbfs problems?

From: Michael Powell <testuser@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 23:29:47 -0500

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Michael Powell wrote:
> [snip]
> Hi:
>         On my FreeBSD-4.9 Stable box I use the following kernel conf and
> smbfs works well.
> options         NTFS                    #NTFS Support
> options         SMBFS                   #
> options         NETSMB          #
> options         NETSMBCRYPTO    #
> options         LIBMCHAIN               #
> options         LIBICONV                #
> I'm wondering if you are trying this on a uniprocessor box or and SMP box.
> To my knowledge, smbfs has always been broken on SMP. This is old:
> http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=kern/51389 and I don't know if
> it has been fixed.
> I'll see if my DragonFly box smbfs works when I get home tonight. IIRC the
> kernel conf I used was pretty much the same one as my 4.9-Stable. I do
> know that using Nautilus on the DFly box was a no-go with Samba unless I
> turned off the NTLM encryption (which would break support for Windows
> boxen).
        I just looked at my DFly box and mount_smbfs worked fine. However,
it has not been rebuilt since 16 Feb 2004. If it broke, it broke sometime
between then and now.    :-)

> -Michael Powell

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