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    Hi susejunky!

    Many thanks for constructive answer! Highly appreciated!

    No, there are no updates for these devices, I check once a year at least. But that's not a problem, no exposure to internet/Windows. I replaced all HDDs in these 7 devices by fresh WD reds, so I will keep them for some more years...

    I'm not willing to mount all these devices on all TW clients, it's not worth the effort, as the NASs are only used for backups from time to time.

    As the only option appears to be downgrading/locking samba-client I will go this way.

    Thanks for all the helpful input!
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    raspu

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    Quote Originally Posted by suse_rasputin View Post
    As the only option appears to be downgrading/locking samba-client I will go this way.
    No, it's not the only option, but probably simplest for you I think.
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    Hi dino!

    I volunteer myself on one or the other tech forum (yes, I'm not completely dull!) and my golden rule is: If I can't write something constructive/positive, which helps the post opener to solve his problem, I simply don't write anything at all... ;-)

    Have a nice day!
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    And my recommendation is keep rants in the soapbox and when asking for assistance in a technical help forum, try to supply as much definitive information as possible. You were given some information needed to enable SMB1 on the client but chose to ignore it, or at least not ask for further clarification. Remote assistance is not always easy when others are not over your shoulder to check your network environment for themselves.
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    You might elaborate on this:

    Quote Originally Posted by deano_ferrari View Post
    You were given some information needed to enable SMB1 on the client
    I don't see any missing info from my side. TW, kernel version, samba version, all there. What do you miss?
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    Default Re: Has stopped supporting older smb protocols?

    Back in post #15, you were advised to edit smb.conf with
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    client min protocol=NT1
    and this is also mentioned in the release notes. It can also be passed as an option if using smbclient.

    Similar has recently been posted here BTW...
    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...10#post2919310

    That should allow you to access a samba server supporting only SMB1.
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    The post by malcolm in the other thread is for the host, not for the client. :-)

    But adding the proposed line to smb.conf really enables smb1 for the client! I always thought this config was only for the server...

    Finally and in the end... :-D
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    Quote Originally Posted by suse_rasputin View Post
    The post by malcolm in the other thread is for the host, not for the client. :-)
    No, those are client configuration parameters.

    But adding the proposed line to smb.conf really enables smb1 for the client! I always thought this config was only for the server...

    Finally and in the end... :-D
    I did say that earlier.
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    Default Re: Has stopped supporting older smb protocols?

    Quote Originally Posted by suse_rasputin View Post
    The post by malcolm in the other thread is for the host, not for the client. :-)

    But adding the proposed line to smb.conf really enables smb1 for the client! I always thought this config was only for the server...

    Finally and in the end... :-D
    Hi
    Perhaps should have clarified on the host running the smb client
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    Quote Originally Posted by suse_rasputin View Post
    Hi!

    I have some older Buffalo NAS with oooold smb versions. Worked fine till some days ago, now I can't access these shares from KDE/Dolphin any more, I get

    Code:
    Unknown error condition in stat: Software caused connection abort
    while Leap 15.1 ha no problems at all. Tried from different TW installs, reboot didn't help.

    Any ideas?
    I ran into the same problem as you with my old Linkstation (LS-CHL) - see - https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/538002-SMB1

    What older NAS do you have?
    If it is one of these (LS-XHL,LS-CHL,LS-WXL,LS-WSXL,LS-SL,LS-AVL,LS-VL,LS-WVL,LS-QVL,LS-XL,LS-YL,LS-WXBL ) it is actually possible to enable smbv2

    Just make sure you have the latest firmware installed (currently 1.74) and follow the instructions in this thread . . .
    http://forums.buffalotech.com/index....88050#msg88050

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