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    Default Cannot copy file in server Windows using Dolphi

    Dear friends,

    I update my system to 11.3 and cannot copy file(s) to Windows Server 2003 by Dolphi (smb://user@server/shared). After error inform for dialog box, I click on Cancel Button and see the file, or better, part of file (32.0 KiB) try copy. I can create folder, create file empty, but not copy file or files. The problem isn't permission, because I inform my credentials correctly. Any idea?????

    PS: Sorry my english! :-/

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    Default Re: Cannot copy file in server Windows using Dolphi

    carlindo wrote:
    > PS: Sorry my english! :-/


    you english is pretty good, no sorry required..

    if you don't get an answer here you might consider asking a forum
    moderator to move it to the network-internet forum, which is where
    most networking/windows/samba questions are fielded..

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    DenverD
    CAVEAT: http://is.gd/bpoMD [posted via NNTP w/openSUSE 10.3]

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    Default Re: Cannot copy file in server Windows using Dolphi

    What exactly does the dialog error message display?
    Box 1: OpenSuse 11.1/Win7 | Linux 2.6.27 Gnome | AMD 64 X2 6000+ | nVidia 8600GT | 2GB RAM
    Box 2: OpenSuse 11.2 | Linux 2.6.31 Gnome | AMD 64 3000+ | ATI X800 Pro | 1GB RAM
    Box 3: Win7 Premium Home | Intel P4 3.0Gz | ATI AIW 2006 | 2GB RAM

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    Default Re: Cannot copy file in server Windows using Dolphi

    Tks by suggestion!

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    So, Cannot copy the file. I access normally with my credentials, but any file copied is saved only 32.0 KiB, sometime less (20.0 KiB). If I mount using CIFS, it's work! One exit I thing, but, in version 11.2, the mapping network and read/write files and folders work perfect. Details, the shared it's same, nothing was changed, except my version of openSUSE.

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    Default Re: Cannot copy file in server Windows using Dolphi

    Could not write to file smb://carlindo@192.168.0.1/shared/testfile.txt, when cancel, only 32.0 KiB of file is saved (the file have 420.3 KiB).

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    Default Re: Cannot copy file in server Windows using Dolphi

    Quote Originally Posted by carlindo View Post
    So, Cannot copy the file. I access normally with my credentials, but any file copied is saved only 32.0 KiB, sometime less (20.0 KiB). If I mount using CIFS, it's work! One exit I thing, but, in version 11.2, the mapping network and read/write files and folders work perfect. Details, the shared it's same, nothing was changed, except my version of openSUSE.
    When you copy is /192.168.0.1/shared mounted or not? If not mounted then mount it.
    Box 1: OpenSuse 11.1/Win7 | Linux 2.6.27 Gnome | AMD 64 X2 6000+ | nVidia 8600GT | 2GB RAM
    Box 2: OpenSuse 11.2 | Linux 2.6.31 Gnome | AMD 64 3000+ | ATI X800 Pro | 1GB RAM
    Box 3: Win7 Premium Home | Intel P4 3.0Gz | ATI AIW 2006 | 2GB RAM

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    Default Re: Cannot copy file in server Windows using Dolphi

    Not mount, how I always used in the previous version of openSUSE. If we mount using CIFS first it's work, but before, I used Dolphi of KDE and inform address smb://bla blab lll....... inform my pass on dialog box not work in version 11.3. I have other computer running 11.2 and work perfect, any annormaly with 11.3, try continued find.

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    Default Re: Cannot copy file in server Windows using Dolphi

    AFAIK in 11.2 when smb://blah.blah or "Connect to Server" it mounts the file system for me. If you have to mount them in 11.3 that's the difference. Is there a /etc/fstab.YaST.save?
    Box 1: OpenSuse 11.1/Win7 | Linux 2.6.27 Gnome | AMD 64 X2 6000+ | nVidia 8600GT | 2GB RAM
    Box 2: OpenSuse 11.2 | Linux 2.6.31 Gnome | AMD 64 3000+ | ATI X800 Pro | 1GB RAM
    Box 3: Win7 Premium Home | Intel P4 3.0Gz | ATI AIW 2006 | 2GB RAM

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