Subject RE: [ib-support] Problem with connection
Author Ernesto A. Zapata Icart
In reality, my directory in Linux is: /home/bin/databases/mybase.gdb
*data* is the name of shared resource put in smb.conf
I suspect that something this wrong with Samba.

No, in the HOSTS file nothing appear

Yes, that means. Am I mixing things, not?
-----Mensaje original-----
De: Helen Borrie [mailto:helebor@...]
Enviado el: Viernes, 28 de Diciembre de 2001 08:48 a.m.
Asunto: Re: [ib-support] Problem with connection

At 08:34 AM 28-12-01 -0300, you wrote:
>Hello friends:
> I have a connection problem with the server of
>Interbase (6.01) that is in Linux. I use the component SQLConnection of

>the palette dbExpress. In the property Database places the following
>string: OPUS:/data/bin/databases/mybase.gdb, where OPUS is server
>Linux's name.

Is this directory *physically* attached to the same machine that is
running the server process?

You said:
>In the computers "client", I add the line "gds_db
>3050/tcp" without quotation marks to file services
>, and I copy in the
>directory \Windows\System the following files: midas.dll, gds32.dll,
>dbexpint.dll. The connection protocol that I use is TCP/IP, and when
>making ping to the addresses respective IP, I don't have problems.

In the computer's client did you also identify the server name and its
IP address in the HOSTS file?

You wrote:

>I also use Samba to share the directory where locate the database.

Does this mean you are trying to access a database by way of a SMB


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