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[opensuse] Re: printing to a printer on a windows XP machine
  • From: Eberhard Roloff <tuxebi@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2007 15:34:50 +0100
  • Message-id: <ep56fg$54s$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Phil Burness wrote:

> On Tuesday 23 January 2007 03:33, david rankin wrote:
>> > From: "Darryl Gregorash"
>> > <raven@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> >
>> > On 2007-01-22 11:10, Phil Burness wrote:
>> >> <snip>
>> >> On the XP machine my username is
>> >> bob.smith@xxxxxxxxxxx password example2
>> >
>> > Are you sure your username on that system is not just bob.smith?
>>
>> I would think Darryl is right. A good way to test whether your windows
>> box is talking is with the smbclient command. On your Linux box just
>> issue "smbclient -U <username> -L <windows host name>" and then enter the
>> password at the prompt. If you have a valid setup and valid
>> username/password pair, you should see something like this:
>>
>> david@nemesis:~> smbclient -U david -L ripper
>> Password:
>> Domain=[RIPPER] OS=[Windows 5.1] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN Manager]
>>
>> Sharename Type Comment
>> --------- ---- -------
>> IPC$ IPC Remote IPC
>> SharedDocs Disk Shared Docs on Ripper
>> print$ Disk Printer Drivers
>> GenericT Printer Generic / Text Only
>> E Disk
>> ADMIN$ Disk Remote Admin
>> C$ Disk Default share
>>
>> Hope that helps.....
>>
>> --
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> Here is the response from the suggestion above:
>
> mymachine:~ # smbclient -U
> bob.smith@xxxxxxxxxxx -L BSMITH2 Password:
> example2 session setup failed: NT_STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE
>
> Phil
hi,
is there a reason that you fiddle arround with samba settings and do not use
printing via ipp, that is supported in any windows client and server from
w2k on?

Kind regards
Eberhard

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