Help needed with Gigolo

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Help needed with Gigolo

Postby Roland » Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:28 pm

I am trying to connect to an Apple Time Capsule using Gigolo (Windows share), but cannot find the correct parameters. What should I put into the 'Share:' and 'Domain:' boxes?!
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Re: Help needed with Gigolo

Postby xeno74 » Fri Jul 13, 2018 5:04 pm

Just the name of the shared folder and the name of the domain/workgroup.
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Re: Help needed with Gigolo

Postby Roland » Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:07 pm

xeno74 wrote:Just the name of the shared folder and the name of the domain/workgroup.


I still does not understand :-(. How and from where can I see these, is there some smb tool for checking them? I did not see these labels in the settings of TC. Are they something in the server, or something that has to be created/defined on the Linux side? This is the first time I try to use this kind of server...
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Re: Help needed with Gigolo

Postby xeno74 » Sat Jul 14, 2018 6:10 am

Hi Roland,

I am sorry I can’t help you because I don‘t have an Apple Time Capsule. I have found the following link via google: ubuntu-14-04-how-to-connect-to-apples-time-capsule

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Re: Help needed with Gigolo

Postby Roland » Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:32 am

xeno74 wrote:I am sorry I can’t help you because I don‘t have an Apple Time Capsule. I have found the following link via google: [url=https://askubuntu.com/questions/524328/ubuntu-14-04-how-to-connect-to-apples-time-capsule]ubuntu-14-04-how-to-connect-to-apples-time-capsule[/url


Thanks... But could you please give the GENERAL information about these missing parameters ('Share' and Domain')? What are they and where are they usually located (in the host or the client)? As said, this is totally new for me...!
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Re: Help needed with Gigolo

Postby nbache » Sat Jul 14, 2018 5:00 pm

@Roland:

The share name and the domain name are defined on the server, which in your case would be the Apple thingie.

Have you tried clicking on the refresh button to the right of the share name? You may be prompted for login credentials, but after that, it should have populated the share name chooser with the possibilities, so you can select one.

The domain name may not be necessary; if it is, try WORKGROUP (which is normally the default on Windows), or maybe the server has a way of showing it.

You may want to check the Gigolo walkthrough found here: https://www.unixmen.com/how-to-access-r ... th-gigolo/ - especially the bottom part which shows how to connect to a Windows share; I'm assuming your case is similar.

(Note: I know nothing about the Apple thing, nor have I ever used Gigolo, I normally use SMBFS and SMBMounter on AmigaOS, hope this helps anyway.)

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Re: Help needed with Gigolo

Postby Roland » Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:45 pm

nbache wrote:The share name and the domain name are defined on the server, which in your case would be the Apple thingie.


The problem is that I do not have a Mac around here, the TC was configured by a friend... I got from him some information about the settings made, but it seems the list is not quite complete. At least the 'domain-name' is missing...

Have you tried clicking on the refresh button to the right of the share name? You may be prompted for login credentials, but after that, it should have populated the share name chooser with the possibilities, so you can select one.


Tried that, but Gigolo does not find/show anything. (I have checked with 'Ping' that the TC is present and responding, though).

The domain name may not be necessary; if it is, try WORKGROUP (which is normally the default on Windows), or maybe the server has a way of showing it.


It seems to me that domain IS needed necessarily... (se below) I already tried WORKGROUP but it was not working. I Tried also use the domain name set in the router whch TC is conncted to (TC is currently in bridge mode), but it is not working either.

(Note: I know nothing about the Apple thing, nor have I ever used Gigolo, I normally use SMBFS and SMBMounter on AmigaOS, hope this helps anyway.)


I have also tested SMBFS on AmigaOS 4.1., but have not got it working, either. When I try to run it with this:

smbfs CACHE=256 WORKGROUP=WORKGROUP USER=Roland DEVICE=TC0: VOLUME=Time_Capsule: SERVICE="//AirPort/" PASSWORD=XXXXXX

I get these errors:

smbfs: ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access denied).
smbfs: Cannot connect to server (13, ........).
smbfs: Could not connect to server (13, ......).

The 'SERVICE' parameter is probably ok, as if I modify it, I get a different error message, like 'service not found'.
(If the 'WORKGOUP' parameter is dropped away, there is anopther message compaining about it - thus it is indeed needed!)
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Re: Help needed with Gigolo

Postby Roland » Sun Jul 15, 2018 10:30 pm

I tried to get some info about Time Capsule with smbclient but got only the following error messages:
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roland@Amigaone:~$ smbclient --no-pas -L 192.168.1.103
WARNING: The "syslog" option is deprecated
Enter roland's password:
Server does not support EXTENDED_SECURITY but 'client use spnego = yes and 'client ntlmv2 auth = yes'
session setup failed: NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED
***

What does all that mean in ordinary language...???
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