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Since installing kubuntu 10.04, I've had problems logging in to my account on
the corporate LAN. The account is Windows ADL and I need to supply a username
and pwd for each logon.
A couple of years ago under kde 3.X, I used smb4k to get to network shares,
but that stopped working w/ kde 4.X so I moved to PyNeighborhood. With the
new version of kubuntu, that too stopped working and now I can only get to the
LAN through the command line, which is cumbersome when I want to quickly get
to something on the share. SMB4k can't scan the domain and PyN apparently is
unsuccessful in sending the password (after several failed attempts, I get
locked out of the network).
I don't want to set up something in fstab and prefer the samba/gui interface
I realize this is not strictly a samba problem, but it seems to involve samba
so I thought I'd start here. Has anyone seen this? Know of a solution? Point
me in the right direction for trouble-shooting?
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