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Hi All I have a problem with a network. The answer seems to be with Samba. But where do i find and setup Samba. I am using Suse 9.2 Thanks...
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    How do i find and setup Samba


    Hi All

    I have a problem with a network. The answer seems to be with Samba. But where do i find and setup Samba. I am using Suse 9.2

    Thanks

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    Re: How do i find and setup Samba

    Quote Originally Posted by peterfc
    Hi All

    I have a problem with a network. The answer seems to be with Samba. But where do i find and setup Samba.

    Thanks
    Where to find it depends on what linux distro you are using. Suggest you post with some information.

    How to configure: There are many, many sources of Samba How-To's and related info both here at this forum and by googling and going to www.samba.org.
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    Have you checked here first?

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    As rong said, it's related to your distro, but generally located in /etc/samba

    the file you'll need to modify is smb.conf, smbusers, and lmhosts

    do a man samba and check out samba.org

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    go to yast2 and it is in network services.

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    I dont know if other users agree with me, buy i find SWAT a quite good tool for simple tasks. I dont know exactly what you want to accomplish or what kind of problems you might have, but its easy to set up and you might actually have it as additional software on your linux installer cds.

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