If you are not performing an SMB installation, please skip ahead to Section 4.7.
If you are performing an SMB installation, please mark this place in the manual, because you'll be returning here later. Turn to Section 3.4.3. This section will guide you through the necessary network configuration dialog boxes. When you get to the ``SMB Setup'' dialog box, come back here...
At this point, you should have entered all the necessary network information, and should now be looking at the ``SMB Setup'' dialog box. This is where you'll specify which SMB server, share, and account information the installation program should use (See Figure 26).
First, you'll need to enter the SMB server name. It's important to note that the name expected here is the server's Microsoft Networking name, and not a fully qualified domain name.
Next, enter the name of the shared volume. Since different implementations of the SMB protocol handle share names differently, you might find that the case of the share name is important. In most cases (no pun intended) entering the share name in lower case seems to work best.
Next, enter the account name and password. In general, the account name should be guest. A password (which is case-sensitive) must be present. If the share is made available without a password, it will most likely not work.
After entering all the required information, select Ok, and press [Space]. If everything is working properly, there will be a slight delay as the list of available packages is read by the installation program. Skip ahead to Section 4.8 to continue the installation.