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Old 21st May 2008
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Do as J65nko directed and then check your log files on the samba server.


My box no longer uses Samba but the log files were stored as log.nmbd and log.smbd in /var/log/.


Some how I think making heads or tails of the log files and documentation is 70-80% of the war on NFS and Samba problems...


I had a similar problem caused by a shouting argument between servers and clients, only way I found it was the server logs showing Windows XP giving the server a rabbit punch :|
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