Mac OS X Tiger problems with Samba 3.0.14a on Debian

Wade Preston Shearer lists at wadeshearer.com
Thu Aug 18 12:16:43 MDT 2005


> A client of mine recently upgraded his powerbook to Mac OS X Tiger  
> (10.4)
> and is now unable to connect to a samba server I have running on a  
> Debian
> stable system:
>
> aimserver:~# smbd --version
> Version 3.0.14a-Debian
>
> He is using the proper username, password and share name but the  
> systems
> always tells him the credentials are wrong. He is able to connect  
> using a
> windows box with the same credentials and was also able to connect
> previously using Max OS X 10.3.
>
> I am hoping someone on the list may have experienced this as well.  
> I've
> spent quite a bit of time on google and tried sever different  
> things short
> of teaching him how to mount the share from the command line. Ideas /
> possible solutions would be appreciated.

Yes, authentication has changed. Authentication is encrypted now. The  
error is most likely occurring because your server is requiring non- 
encrypted authentication.
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