I'm trying to create a fileserver/timecapsule combo server out of my new raspberry pi (Raspbian), and it's not going as well as I'd like. netatalk, avahi and samba are the packages that I'm using and they're not playing nice with each other. I would like all shares, AFP and SMB to be accessible from a server icon in the finder navigation bar.
This is what I know
Netatalk has built-in bonjour support, so if you run netatalk, the
afp shares show up nicely in Finder (great!).
Samba does not have built-in bonjour support, but with the help of
avahi, it's possible to advertise your
smb shares through bonjour as well, and they show up in the Finder's navigation bar as well (awesome!).
When netatalk and samba+avahi are both running, it seems like netatalk hides any other bonjour stuff on the same host. When I click on the server icon in the navigation bar, I only see the
afp shares, no
smb to be seen. I can still use Cmd+K to get to the
smb shares, but I find this less preferable, because I want to make it easy to use for non technical people.
Does anyone know how I can solve this?