** There is always an output to nmap even if it just gives you a "host seems down" error.
** You didn't specify which machine smbtree was referencing when you got this error in PCLinuxOS:
Server requested LANMAN password (share-level security) but 'client lanman auth' is disabled
failed tcon_X with NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED
If it's PCLinuxOS itself then I can't help you with that. Samba should be samba but with PCLOS ......
If it's the LMDE it's referencing it's likely you have a "encrypt passwords = No" in your smb.conf. If you post the output of this command we can verify if your LMDE smb.conf file has any errors:
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** You might want to make sure all these adjustments are made since LMDE's samba isn't configured correctly on install: viewtopic.php?f=42&t=23169&p=315218#p315218
: PCLOS always likes to go down a path less traveled but would you happen to know if avahi is installed and running on that system? In Debian/Ubuntu/Mint it's the avahi-daemon service. The reason I ask is because Avahi + Samba is a lot easier that Samba alone.