I have an external hard drive (it fits in a bay in my laptop) with openSUSE 12.1 installed. Nothing I’ve tried so far has gotten it to recognize eth0, which I need to set with a static ip address. I used
/sbin/lspci -nnk | grep -A2 -i net

to get controller information and it returned

00:10.1 Ethernet controller [0200]: Intel Corporation device [8086:153a] (rev 04)

So something is recognizing the card exists, however, if I try hwinfo, it seems to hang. I tried looking at Network Settings in Yast
and it hangs on the "Read drivers" step. I’ve tried things like getting rid of the 70-persistent-net.rules file and rebooting, plus steps about
configuring the network manually from here.

Any ideas would be appreciated. I’m pretty new to both Linux and networking.

Source: forum

A bit stuck with this one. see below. It is an older machine i am working with… and sincce Linux doesn’t care about what you install it on and be fast no matter what… i decided to put onto an old p3 (early 800 mhz)… been a great system too…

Anyway i ran across this when it never happened before during years of use. This recently started when i rebuilt this linux boxes… and had some old hardware to put linux on… The kicker is the shares are intact and able to be accessed between linux to 7 and vista. (one old box) and i never had issues until 7 came into the scene. This is a webserver, perl box, and a samba shaare machine, also a voice over ip… with a online mud as a kicker. and a compiler/image compiler for rendering my wife’s artwork.

Mount-t smbfs //hostname/share /target works like a charm and perfectly. I just cannot browse and see the shares for it. (including cups printer)
THAT is the error i get, Error returning browse list: NT Status Not Supported when i do the smbclient -L hostname for win 7.

VISTA it is fine. no issues. Printer resides on a win 7 box tho and the vista can see the share for 7 and print to it though.

The secondary box, has samba and can see the box and not the shares. But i am able to mount each one..

Is there something i am missing for browsing?

Needs both puters to see printer, even through they can be mounted with all shares.

Should i put smbclient for windows on the boxes directly? would that help get and work around this problem?

N.A. Miller
KLM Studios.com (wifes dba name for her art)

>
> I get this from my root logon
>
> Code:
> ——————–
> homeserver:~ # smbclient -L peter-pc
> Enter root’s password:
> Domain=[PETER-PC] OS=[Windows 7 Professional 7601 Service Pack 1] Server=[Windows 7 Professional 6.1]
>
> Sharename Type Comment
> ——— —- ——-
> Error returning browse list: NT_STATUS_NOT_SUPPORTED
> Domain=[PETER-PC] OS=[Windows 7 Professional 7601 Service Pack 1] Server=[Windows 7 Professional 6.1]
>
> Server Comment
> ——— ——-
>
> Workgroup Master
> ——— ——-
>
>
> ——————–
>
> when logged on with my normal user id I get this
>
> Code:
> ——————–
> peter@homeserver:~> smbclient -L peter-pc
> Enter peter’s password:
> Domain=[PETER-PC] OS=[Windows 7 Professional 7601 Service Pack 1] Server=[Windows 7 Professional 6.1]
>
> Sharename Type Comment
> ——— —- ——-
> C Disk
> Canon MP610 series Printer Printer Canon MP610 series Printer
> D Disk
> Downloads Disk
> IPC$ IPC Remote IPC
> Music Disk
> My Documents Disk
> Pictures Disk
> print$ Disk Printer Drivers
> T Disk
> Users Disk
> Vidoes Disk
> Domain=[PETER-PC] OS=[Windows 7 Professional 7601 Service Pack 1] Server=[Windows 7 Professional 6.1]
>
> Server Comment
> ——— ——-
>
> Workgroup Master
> ——— ——-
>
> ——————–
>

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Long and painful story short, I am recovering from a hard drive crash. Have a clean install (OpenSuSE 12.3, x86_64), and my backup data to bring back. We use Claws Mail. I ran CM once to set up the links in the new /home/me directory. Then I copied the contents of the backup CM data into the new /home/me/.clawsmail folder. It tries to open but says the folderlist.xml is bad and will not start. What can I do to get back up and running? What additional information do you need?

Any help is appreciated.