I keep running into an issue that i cannot seem to resolve;
I have Crossover 16.2 on my Xubuntu 16.10 (but had the issue as well on Crossover 15.x) with Office 2010 installed through the crossover script. This works great. I can use outlook, excel without many issues (sometimes a graphics issue, but resizing the office window seems to fix that).
Since about a month i have a new NAS and i have set up a cifs share (since my wife uses Windows). I can mount and use the share as both SMB1 and SMB2. I had the intention to eventually disable SMB1 since it is security wise rather bad.
So i started testing with mounting the share as vers=2.0 in fstab:
//nas.home/share$ /home/user/WindowsShare/ cifs noperm,rwpidforward,nocase,soft,vers=2.0,rw,credentials=/root/cifs.pwd,uid=1000,gid=1000,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777 0 0
This mounts just fine and with Libreoffice and other linux programs i can do everything i want on the mounted share...
BUT, with crossover office (or any other crossover bottles) i can open files. I can save NEW files, but i cannot save an existing file. I keep getting a sharing violation.
Now if i mount with vers=1.0 i can do everything.
Am i doing it wrong (no surprise), is this an issue with SMB implementation in linux or is this a problem with any wine based software?
And the question i doubt has an answer, can i fix this?