From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Mon 04 Apr 2005 - 16:40:36 BST
On Mon, Apr 04, 2005 at 10:19:54AM +0200, Nicolas Costes wrote:
> Maybe this has nothing to do with vservers, but maybe it has, so...
> I installed Samba and Cups in a vserver. File sharing work well (Did not
> take too much tweaking regarding interface binding ;)), Cups too.
> But when I want to upload the Windows drivers to Samba, from a Windows
> machine, they get uploaded in the right directory ([print$]), but then I
> get an error message on the windows machine saying the configuration
> could not be saved.
> And it is not: When I come again to install this printer using point and
> click, it says the print server has no driver for this printer. Then I
> reinstall the driver, and it says again tha the config cannot be saved,
> then.... ;-)
> The Samba logs (Level 4) are not very verbose about it (But trust me they
> _are_ verbose one all the rest ;-)), and I don't get this issue with
> other Samba print servers (They're not in vservers).
> So, this may be vserver related: How can I get more debugging infos ? Has
> someone here got through this before ?
sounds more like a simple permission issue to me ...
check that the directory your samba wants to write to
really exist and have proper permission ...
(you can probably trace that with strace -fF)
> Thanx ;-)
> (°> Nicolas Costes
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