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Old 1st August 2010, 01:13 PM
PryGuy Offline
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Nautilus does not show network computers (custom spin)

Good day everyone!
I've built a custom LiveCD spin and found out that Nautilus does not show network (samba) computers in my LAN there. eth0 is added to trusted interfaces, SELinux is enabled. Computers are visible if I open 'smb:///' manually.

Original LiveCD shows samba computers (if I add eth0 to trusted interfaces manually of course) so Samba server setup appears to be fine.

Have I missed some packages? Please tell me where to dig. Thanks in advance!

---------- Post added at 04:13 PM CDT ---------- Previous post was at 12:41 PM CDT ----------

It seems I've found solution. I had samba-client package installed and it /etc/samba/smb.conf which had a wrong workgroup called 'MYGROUP' (mine is 'WORKGROUP'). Removed the package, rebuilding the spin now.

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