lug at taproot.bz
Sun Jun 15 20:27:43 MDT 2003
generally samba is pretty easy to set up. If you have a default conf
just make sure you put the box in the right workgroup and have defined
shares at the bottom. Then make sure you add user accounts to your
smbpasswd file. like so...
smbpasswd -a biilybob
the -a says this is a new user. Then just turn it on...this should give
you basic SMB services.
also, you will get more help if you told the symptoms of the
failure....I.E. does the box show up and is just un-accesable...or does
it not show up in "Network Neghboorhood" at all.
On Sun, 2003-06-15 at 19:21, Jeff Schroeder wrote:
> Greg wrote:
> > I
> > have been trying on and off over the last 6 months to set up SAMBA on
> > this system. However, I have had little to no success. I am at a loss
> > as to where the problem is, but my thoughts are it must be in the
> > smb.conf file. Is there someone in the Longmont area who might be
> > able to help debug the problem?
> I'd highly recommend getting the O'Reilly Samba book. Amazon carries it
> for $28:
> It's a fantastic reference, and lists every possible option in the
> smb.conf file.
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