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I try to connect to my Unix SCO server (just for file sharing)

I use the finder apple+K and the smb:// method

I get a login box but when I try to log in I get the error message that no connection could be made because there was an error reading or writing some data error -36

what am I missing here ?

also in my brower the icon and name appear (alias) and when I click I get a login box but then Mac OSX tells me that the original can not be found

(I can ping the machine and the fact that he gives me the login box seems to me like he can "see" the Unix server on the network...)


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Check the log on your SCO box to figure out why smb demon is not accepting your connection.
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