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    Samba config

    What I need (due to my total bafflement at all things samba) is a config script, or directions to an EASY-TO-UNDERSTAND-HOW-TO-CONFIGURE-SAMBA site.
    Any help.

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    Re: Samba config

    @Dos_Box: http://www.samba.org has some good HOWTOs :P

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    Re: Samba config

    I knew that

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    Re: Samba config

    Some indication of what your trying make samba do would be helpful. NT4 PDC, file server, print server, join a AD domain, etc?

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    Re: Samba config

    File server, dual homed to ICT.yourdomain.ac.uk and training.ict.yourdomain.ac.uk with mulitple shares.

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    Re: Samba config

    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box
    File server, dual homed to ICT.yourdomain.ac.uk and training.ict.yourdomain.ac.uk with mulitple shares.
    With or without authentication?

    Which distro too?

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    Re: Samba config

    Without authentification, and on Fedora Core 4

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    Re: Samba config

    Ok then. The default Fedora smb.conf should be sufficent for most things. Just make sure you have the share level access level set and you don't have any interfaces setting. Also make sure you make your shares public and guest ok.

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