On Sat, 2003-01-11 at 21:56, Jim Arnold wrote: > >When exactly do you see the message? Right after you login? > > As soon as I hit the connect button after typing in the IP address of > the FreeBSD box or using > the afp address. > > >Can you > >send your AppleVolumes.default > > This just has the ~ (tilde) at the end so the home directory will get mounted > > >as well as your afpd.conf files? > > Everything in this file is commented out. In the file this is noted: > "The simplest case is to not have an afpd.conf" > I've always run Netatalk without anything in this file without any problems. > > >Does > >the user you're logging in as have a valid shell? > > Yes.
This is baffling. I have a OS X 10.2.3 machine that can connect just fine (as do you). The sniffer traces are more or less identical. Since it looks like the OS X client is initiating the disconnect, can you bring up the OS X console under Applications->Utilities->Console, and see if any messages show up there? Joe > -- PGP Key : http://www.marcuscom.com/pgp.asc
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