I have some smb/cifs shares mounted via mount -t cifs or via smb4k.
User have full access (write/read/execute) for any files.
How to reproduce:
1) Make any spreadsheet and save it as DBF to SMB/CIFS resource or copy any existing .DBF file fo SMB/CIFS resource
2) Try to open it in LibreOfffice by doubleclick or in any other way.
Error "Can't open file. Can't established connection to file" after selecting character table of DBF will be reported.
OpenSuSE 11.4 with all existing LibreOffice versions on this momnt.
P.S. On opensuse 11.3 I have no this error.
P.P.S. Any other application can open and write DBF files right on smb/cifs shares.
Correcting: After swith to EN locale from russian, error have this look:
"Error. Impossible to connect to the file"
Can you please provide us with a strace?
Created attachment 45652 [details]
strace log of opening dbf file from cifs share in opensuse 11.4
I tried to reinstall all machines from 11.4 to 11.3 with root (/) formatting - new installation with including latest updates for 11.3. The same problem! Openoffice or libreoffice can not open DBF files from smb/cifs resources! I don't know what to do.. my users need to edit dbf files, but no one tools have in linux to do this but open/libreoffice :(((
Then I try to make a new local user.. and nothing help again..
I am in deadlock...
"nobrl" in cifs mounting options resolve this problem for me!
Can not confirm on Mac OSX with SMB Share from OSX Server.
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(In reply to comment #5)
> "nobrl" in cifs mounting options resolve this problem for me!
Just have a test period for opensuse 12.1 and have the same problem.
to resolve it use mount options like this:
//10.7.12.11/users /home/user/mnt/Users cifs nobrl,uid=1000,gid=100,username=user,password=user 0 0
and new bug in 12.1 - internal cifs utilities do not work, so I must install
the kernel devel-s packages, then package
then make a command from root:
service etercifs build
and all works fine!
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