I would like to ask for a little help with QNX smb client.
Qnx version : 4.25
Samba version on Linux: 3.0.10
I would like to write a samba share from QNX. I created a writeable share on the Linux box. I am able to mount and use it from a remote Windows and a Linux box too but not from the QNX box.
I able to mount it from the QNX but after the command “cd /public” on QNX I get the following message: “/public: bad directory” and I am unable to go into the /public directory.
On the QNX box:
I have already added the root to the user_smb db and I have an other user too who is able to mount the remote share through samba.
ps ax | grep SMB => SMBfsys -d20
The following commands are work when I am root:
mount -ma //name:ip/public /public
mount -ma //name:ip/public /public rootpw
mount -ma -u kuksi //name:ip/public /public kuksipw
But after that:
/public: bad directory
I tried to modify the send and receiver buffer space on QNX because Linux use 8K defaultly so:
SMBfsys -d15 -n QNXHOSTNAME -R 8 -S 8 &
but it wasn’t help.
Have you got an idea?
If somebody has a working configuration please help me.