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by barry905
2016/08/21 20:45:39
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: Windows 7 Can't join in Samba Domain Controler
Replies: 2
Views: 1291

Re: Windows 7 Can't join in Samba Domain Controler

There are a couple of registry settings that need to be changed to enable the Win 7 system to connect to the samba server. They are: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanManWorkstation\Parameters] "DomainCompatibilityMode"=dword:00000001 "DNSNameResolutionRequired"=dword:00000000...
by barry905
2016/04/20 02:09:42
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: NFS and Samba won't allow sharing of root directory.
Replies: 8
Views: 1285

Re: NFS and Samba won't allow sharing of root directory.

I was once continually reinstalling a system to try and get some functionality to work. I would install the base os, then some packages, and tehn some further packages. As I was trying to get the correct combination of packages and settings to provide a specific functionality, it ended up being a pr...
by barry905
2016/02/09 18:16:17
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: Can't get nameservers working...
Replies: 8
Views: 5476

Re: Can't get nameservers working...

Looking through your posts it would appear that inside your local domain your DNS is 192.168.0.20. Once outside your router, the publically available servers are now used to resolve your domain. So go to an outside machine and try a host/nslookup command to see if you can translate the domain name t...
by barry905
2016/02/09 18:03:33
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: Unable to access Samba shares from Windows 7 Pro
Replies: 1
Views: 842

Re: Unable to access Samba shares from Windows 7 Pro

First of all you should check to make sure that the shares are being offered to the network. "smbclient -L Domain_Controller -U%" should do that for you. If you can post the result, that would help. Secondly, the accounts you created with smbpasswd are only visible to samba, not to Linux. So when yo...
by barry905
2016/02/02 18:24:52
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: Can't get nameservers working...
Replies: 8
Views: 5476

Re: Can't get nameservers working...

Just a simple IP check: run "host ns1.mydomain.com" and see if it returns your IP address. If it does, then your nameserver is set up correctly, if not ......" Also check if your network is using the correct nameserver.

Good luck.
by barry905
2016/01/22 09:08:04
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: How can I join a Linux client to my CentOS domain?
Replies: 49
Views: 8454

Re: How can I join a Linux client to my CentOS domain?

Make sure that the ip address of DC.LINUX.DJ is resolved to your actual WINS server. I\'m not sure whether it is fileserver.Linux.DC or quite what.
by barry905
2016/01/21 18:30:28
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: How can I join a Linux client to my CentOS domain?
Replies: 49
Views: 8454

Re: How can I join a Linux client to my CentOS domain?

Sorry. Your original post said that your client was ubuntu, hence my confusion. I would try the OpenSuse and Oracle Linux forums for help - they know their os!
by barry905
2016/01/21 10:20:04
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: How can I join a Linux client to my CentOS domain?
Replies: 49
Views: 8454

Re: How can I join a Linux client to my CentOS domain?

AS I already said, I know nothing about ubuntu, but this might help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRtT_C6KBJs Looking over your posts, I would be a little worried that you show your WINS server as DC.LINUX.DJ and that you are not using SMB information for authentication. But I don't really know w...
by barry905
2016/01/20 11:09:55
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: Samba and SE Linux
Replies: 3
Views: 606

Re: Samba and SE Linux

Sorry, my bad. That should be 744 for the directory, otherwise it would completely negate the purpose of the exercise.
by barry905
2016/01/19 18:07:50
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: Samba and SE Linux
Replies: 3
Views: 606

Re: Samba and SE Linux

I think you can do what you want without messing around with SELinux. To remove (delete) a file you need write access to the directory file in which the file resides, not the file itself. So for example if your file is"pic1" in directory "Vacation 2015" with the directory and file both owned by the ...

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