Fresh install of F17. I have installed samba, but neither smbd or nmbd are part of the service group initialized on boot. What command to I invoke to add these services to the startup of my system?
on 07/07/2012 – Made popular on 07/07/2012
WonderWoofy wrote:Are you trying to use samba, or are you trying to use smbd? That is are you trying to create a simple file serving setup, or are you trying to use the whole M$ Active Directory stuff and whatnot? The Active Directory stuff was just implemented in v4.* so I am kind of thinking that you are trying to start the wrong service. If you want things like they were in ve
Philippe wrote:[...] no one is able to access Arch computers (even the other Arch computers).Let's make some basic Samba checks.- Be sure your smb.conf has no errors:testparm- Make sure no "orphaned" Samba instances are running:/etc/rc.d/samba stopCheck if all Samba services are stopped:ps ax|grep mbdYou shouldn't see anything like 901 ? S
If you install the minimum samba packages, but don't start smbd and nmbd, then there is no additional security implications from installing samba. It looks like cifs-utils doesnt r... [by simon_matthews]