Client: Windows 10 Client
Versions of OwnCloud and PHP:9.0.4-1.1 && 5.4.45
Logfiles often contain additional information about an error: viewtopic.php?f=17&t=7330
I just upgraded to OC 9 and now my Windows 10 client has trouble seeing any files. The upgrade was not exactly smooth. While updating general packages, including Samba, my Debian Wheezy server ran out of space in /var. I cleared out a bunch of old .deb's from the cache and it continued. After that (and a reboot and some health checks) I updated the apt repository, did the apt owncloud upgrade, took it out of maintenance mode and did the webpage update.
That seemed to go well except I think I'm stuck with a generic Samba configuration. When I do smbclient -L I see it listed, but there are no samba filesystems shared. Just print$ and IPC$
When checked /etc/samba/smb.conf, it was generic.
Also the "user_backends" stanza is missing from owncloud/config/config.php . It just has the $CONFIG array.
On top of it, Windows 10 was an unwanted/undesired/denied/happened-anyway upgrade from 7 (thank you Microsoft), so I'm not entirely sure it works OK, but I'm sure my Samba should be sharing more than it does. All my Linux clients work fine, before and after Windows 7->10 and OC 8->9.
If someone can point me to Samba specific configuration checks, and/or a procedure to reconfigure Samba, I'd appreciate it.