On Sun, May 17, 2009 at 1:31 PM, Tim Nelson <iamtimnelson@...> wrote:
> I have compiled and configured netatalk 2.0.3 in Centos 5.2 It shows
> up in the Finder sidebar in Leopard. No errors listed in Centos. But
> when I try to connect, my Mac doesn't ask me for username/password and
> I get (Error code -36).
> I do have netatalk running ok on a Jackelope machine on the same
> Any insight into why Mac isn't connecting?
I don't remember if -36 specifically concerns this, but it is
relatively easy to make sure SSL support was activated; ie go through
the configure logs, or just re-run configure and look closely at the
output, and make sure everything looks right.
Leopard refuses (rightly) to transmit passwords in the clear, and most
distributions (rightly) do not distribute netatalk compiled against
OpenSSL due to licensing issues. If you're building the package
yourself, you might be missing headers (ie devel packages) for