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QNX4.25, VMWare and SMBFsys...

Post by rp » Wed Dec 31, 2003 9:47 am

Hello,

My configuration :

- Windows XP pro (netbios name : rpe, virtual IP VMNet 8 :
192.168.100.1, real IP 150.10.7.8)
- running VMWare 4.0 WS (using virtual gateway 192.168.100.2)
- and a QNX 4.25 VM using NAT to communicate with Windows

ping, FTP, telnet are OK in the virtual local subnet (192.168.100.x) or
in the LAN (150.10.x.x) (ie I can acceed another QNX machine with IP
150.10.3.1 for instance, after adding appropriate route)

using mount_smb for Windows machines in the LAN works fine (W95,
Windows XP).

using mount_smb for the local machine doesn't work -> permission
denied.
User (RPE) and password are set in the Xp accounts
Shared Folder have appropriates rights.

I set my /etc/host
192.168.100.1 rpe.local

and tried :
mount_smb //rpe.local/share /share &
(with or without using user_smb before)
version of SMBFsys : 1.30I

I've tried a lot a solutions enumarated here :
http://groups.google.fr/groups?q=mount_ ... art=0&sa=N
but doesn't work (permission denied.)

Any idea ?
Thx.

Mario Charest

Re: QNX4.25, VMWare and SMBFsys...

Post by Mario Charest » Thu Jan 01, 2004 8:47 am

"rp" <rp@no.com> wrote in message
news:mesnews.fa877d3c.69898a49.76.2248@no.com...
Hello,

My configuration :

- Windows XP pro (netbios name : rpe, virtual IP VMNet 8 :
192.168.100.1, real IP 150.10.7.8)
- running VMWare 4.0 WS (using virtual gateway 192.168.100.2)
- and a QNX 4.25 VM using NAT to communicate with Windows

ping, FTP, telnet are OK in the virtual local subnet (192.168.100.x) or
in the LAN (150.10.x.x) (ie I can acceed another QNX machine with IP
150.10.3.1 for instance, after adding appropriate route)

using mount_smb for Windows machines in the LAN works fine (W95,
Windows XP).

using mount_smb for the local machine doesn't work -> permission
denied.

User (RPE) and password are set in the Xp accounts
Shared Folder have appropriates rights.

I set my /etc/host
192.168.100.1 rpe.local

and tried :
mount_smb //rpe.local/share /share &
(with or without using user_smb before)
version of SMBFsys : 1.30I
Although I'm not sure why it doesn't work, I always use Bridge network, much
simpler ;-)
I've tried a lot a solutions enumarated here :

http://groups.google.fr/groups?q=mount_ ... art=0&sa=N
but doesn't work (permission denied.)

Any idea ?
Thx.

rp

Re: QNX4.25, VMWare and SMBFsys...

Post by rp » Mon Jan 05, 2004 10:25 am

Mario Charest wrote :
Although I'm not sure why it doesn't work, I always use Bridge network, much
simpler ;-)
Maybe but I need to have a static IP adress on my virtual QNX machine
whatever the LAN my real machine is connected.
In the bridge configuration, if you're not connected to the LAN, can
you access the local Window machine under virtual QNX ?

Mario Charest

Re: QNX4.25, VMWare and SMBFsys...

Post by Mario Charest » Mon Jan 05, 2004 5:38 pm

"rp" <rp@no.com> wrote in message
news:mesnews.2aad7d41.2bdd215c.85.2248@no.com...
Mario Charest wrote :

Although I'm not sure why it doesn't work, I always use Bridge network,
much
simpler ;-)

Maybe but I need to have a static IP adress on my virtual QNX machine
whatever the LAN my real machine is connected.

In the bridge configuration, if you're not connected to the LAN, can
you access the local Window machine under virtual QNX ?
I think so, you do need to have a network card though.

rp

Re: QNX4.25, VMWare and SMBFsys...

Post by rp » Tue Jan 06, 2004 11:46 am

rp said :
Any idea ?
Found finally the solution :
The user I used to connect with smb was not authentificated by Windows
(don't know why, I used a local administrator account and this account
is also a NT LAN account).
So i created a new local account (simple user) and it works !

NB:
With the default network card configuration after the QNX4.25
installation on VMWare, there is no error but the network doesn't work.
I had to change the line in my /etc/config/sysinit (using nettrap
utility) :
/bin/Net.ether2100 -l1 -p10c0 -i11 & // network doesn't work
to
/bin/Net.ether2100 -I0 -l1 & // ok

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