Hey, thanks! Now it works perfectly. Thanks once again.
--- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, Steve Martin <steve@p...> wrote:
> Use SMB instead of Apple File Sharing to mount the volumes from your
> You can do this by choosing Connect to Server from the Finder's Go menu
> and then entering smb://<buffaloIP>/<sharename> replacing the items in
> brackets as appropriate. I gave up on using Apple File Sharing because
> of problems like you describe.
> On Apr 8, 2005, at 6:00 PM, jacaciodebarros wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Sorry if this is a frequently asked question, but I could not find
> > anything on the previous
> > posts.
> > I have a Linkstation H120lan, running firmware version 1.30. We
> > also have two Macs with
> > OS X (10.3.8). The problem I am having is the following. I write
> > files to it, using samba,
> > from Mac 1 to the Buffalo. Then, those files are not visible when I
> > access the Buffalo from
> > Mac 2.
> > I tryed several things and none of them worked. I finally noticed
> > that all files where owned
> > by the person that wrote it (even though the Linkstation has no users
> > configured), and that
> > their permissions were set such that only the owner could read it. I
> > tried to chown or
> > chmod them but they could not have their permissions changed (even
> > when I issued the
> > commands as root.
> > Any suggestions on how to deal with this problem?
> > Thanks,
> > Acacio
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