From: clayton rollins (crollins666_at_hotmail.com)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 18:30:04 +0000
On 27 Jan., 2004 "The Last Road Warrior"
>I want to connect with FreeBSD 5.1 to a Windows XP share, but I'v got the
>following message from FreeBSD:
>syserr = cannot allocate memory
>Why do I get this message?
'Cause it can't allocate memory... ;)
Apparently, samba fails due to a call to malloc not working. I'm not
totally sure why this would happen, and I'm not allowed to give
technical advice here, at any rate.
So... I guess I would recommend you doublecheck your configuration
using the how-to here: http://us4.samba.org/samba/docs/man/
Then, write freebsd-questions with some extra information. (ie.
this doesn't seem to be a common problem, so it may have to do
with your local (OS) configuration. One question I would ask is, have
you raised your security level?)
Hope you get it working,
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