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Journal fustakrakich's Journal: Dear President Obama: 4

Please resurrect that asshole Steve Jobs, and make him put the old Samba server back into OS X. And while you're at it, tell him to put back the GUI switch for the ftp server. After you're done with him, put him on the kill list, and put Apple on your list of terrorist organizations.

Thank you

Is there anybody out there who can get a Linux machine to mount a Mac with the new Samba? I have to do it from a live cd (SystemRescueCD 3.1.1), the newest one.

mount -t cifs //server/folder -o user=name%psswd,rw,nounix,noserverino,sec=ntlmssp /path/to/local/folder
did not work.
Permission denied
Story of my life

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  • I mostly use that, although I do dig me some Aquamacs.
    • Yeah, I could also download a real samba server, but it's not my machine, so it's just not worth the hassle. Life is too short to deal with this kind of BS anymore. These contraptions are still in the stone age, and I'm tired. The problem is I have this half dead hfs usb drive (not mine either) that won't mount locally on the Mac or Windows machine, but it does on the Linux one, which is really a second Windows box running the live cd. So I tried to connect it to the Mac over the network, but since Apple ch

      • Sounds like time to boot the live CD, move all the data, and declare victory.
        • It was from the live CD that I was working. I found out that logging into the Mac as guest with no password instead the main user account did the trick. I had already set the folder permissions so that 'everybody' could read and write to it, slipped right in and copied everything over without a glitch.

          Thanks for taking the time to respond...

The trouble with the rat-race is that even if you win, you're still a rat. -- Lily Tomlin