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I've got Trustix Secure Linux 2.0 distribution with standard Samba 2.2.8. Now I want samba 3.0.1 installing on my Distro. I've done ./configure after that make and then make install ...
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    Installing Samba 3.0.1


    I've got Trustix Secure Linux 2.0 distribution with standard Samba 2.2.8.

    Now I want samba 3.0.1 installing on my Distro.

    I've done ./configure
    after that make
    and then make install

    Everything worked correct, but when I restart my samba server and look with smbstatus to my version of samba I saw 2.2.8. Can someone help me please to get rid of 2.2.8 and go to 3.0.1
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    how do you restart your samba server? do you use a default init script or something?
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    Re: Installing Samba 3.0.1

    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic_Slayer
    I've got Trustix Secure Linux 2.0 distribution with standard Samba 2.2.8.

    Now I want samba 3.0.1 installing on my Distro.

    I've done ./configure
    after that make
    and then make install

    Everything worked correct, but when I restart my samba server and look with smbstatus to my version of samba I saw 2.2.8. Can someone help me please to get rid of 2.2.8 and go to 3.0.1
    You may start reinstalling your old samba
    rpm -e --nodeps samba-2.2.8

    Then install you new samba-3.0.1

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