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Im trying to install the latest stable release of Samble but I am recieving errors during the make process. bin/mergedobj/cli_auth.o: In function `netlogon_creds_copy': (.text+0xfba): undefined reference to `dom_sid_dup' Any ideas? ...
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    Error while compiling Samba


    Im trying to install the latest stable release of Samble but I am recieving errors during the make process.

    bin/mergedobj/cli_auth.o: In function `netlogon_creds_copy':
    (.text+0xfba): undefined reference to `dom_sid_dup'

    Any ideas? Also is there and ezier way to install samba than compiling from source?

    EDIT: Forgot to mention i cannot use yum because this computer cannot be connected to the internet.

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    You could download the rpms from either the rhn after login or from centos/sl/fedora repositories,
    copy them to the machine
    and install them with yum or rpm
    You must always face the curtain with a bow.

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    I tried installing a samba and samba-client rpm but I still seem to be missing some things like system-config-samba and the acual samba command.

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    Just download every rpm with *samba*
    In doubt, deinstalling is easy.
    You must always face the curtain with a bow.

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    Irithori makes a good point. Samba can be tricky because the developers broke up the software into several different RPMS.

    For example, you need samba-common regardless if you are going to use Samba as a client or server. samba-client is required to use Samba as a client.

    system-config-samba may also be a separate package (was in RHEL 5, not sure about RHEL 6).

    BTW, I like SWAT myself (samba-swat package).

    -William
    Last edited by oz; 06-30-2011 at 08:41 PM. Reason: spam removal

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    dont really know what I did but I got it working. I'm finally able to share folders between linux and windows! Thanks for the help guys.

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