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> Network Problem: No Permission To Acces Folders
post May 3 2005, 10:20 AM
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Hi all,

i have little network here at home: 1 pc, 1 laptop that both run on windows and i have a server that runs on linux, all connected by a semi-wireless router

Now yesterday i bought myself a new laptop instead of the older one.
With all the setting set the same as before i cannot acces my shared folders on the server anymore: "User has no permission trough this machine" it says.
With the older laptop who is still in the network i can still acces everything.

I allready tryed some stuff on my server like "//etc/hosts.allow portmap: ALL" but nothing changes.
I just have to change something on the server that gives my new laptop permission to the folders,perhaps something with a mac-address or semthing. I just don't know how to do this :s

Can anyone help me out?

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