[TriLUG] SAMBA 3.0.2 shares storing installation software
rvestal at trilug.org
Fri Jun 18 13:37:52 EDT 2004
Actually, I just fixed my problem. Heh, pulled a Homer, "DOH!"
Anyway, the *correct* option is "case sensitivity = no" not "mangle case =
yes". I removed "mangle case = yes" and replaced it with "case sensitivity =
no" on each share and it's working correctly.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Ray" <jim at neuse.net>
To: "'Triangle Linux Users Group discussion list'" <trilug at trilug.org>
Sent: Friday, June 18, 2004 1:19 PM
Subject: RE: [TriLUG] SAMBA 3.0.2 shares storing installation software
> I have a server running SAMBA 3.0.2 that is giving me errors when I try to
> run a Windows Setup.exe from the server. The error is like this:
> "The setup.exe file cannot find \\server\share\SETUP.DLL"
> I have to manually rename the files to upper case and it works fine. I've
> added mangle case = yes to each share, but it doesn't seem to help. The
> permissions are 775 on the share and on all files, and all users connect
> tested against the ADS. (Yes this works permissions structure works
> Any suggestions? Am I using mangle case wrong?
[JR>] since there are fundamental differences between file formats for linux
and winders, try storing installation files in *.iso format.
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