Netmon and TNG

Matthew Brichacek mmbrich at
Tue Apr 4 02:37:47 GMT 2000


I was able to get printers working with TNG-1.6.  I am not sure what i did but it decided to start working after messing with the config file.  
I am now finishing up all the little details of the network and i thought it would be pretty neat to run system monitor on my samba server.  I downloaded capconvert.c and tcpdump-smb after invoking command $\] tcdump -w /cap/net.dump
and then $\] capconvert /cap/net.dump /cap/net.cap i get the correct output but how do i get netmon to notice that cap file? and can this be done realtime, or is it all done by changing the data little by little?

Thanks in advance

ps i am still unable to get password changing in windows working
here are my entries (Mandrake 7.0)


bind interfaces only = Yes

wins proxy = yes

message command = sh -c 'echo 

interfaces =

domain master = Yes

dos filetimes = Yes

dos filetime resolution = Yes

domain logons = yes

printing = bsd

server string = Linux DA Server

lm announce = True

workgroup = DUCTAMERICA

smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd

netbios name = COMP03

keepalive = 60

case sensitive = no

admin users = matthew, mmbrich, matt

printcap name = /etc/printcap

default = public

preserve case = yes

encrypt passwords = yes

follow symlinks = No

update encrypted = Yes

time server = yes

comment = Linux

unix password sync = Yes


load printers = yes

security = user

short preserve case = yes

os level = 200

name resolve order = lmhosts, host, wins, bcast,

username map = /dsk/

domain group map = /usr/local/samba/private/

domain user map = /usr/local/samba/private/

local group map = /usr/local/samba/private/

wins support = true

lock directory = /usr/local/samba/locks

wins hook = /usr/local/samba/bin/dns_update

passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u

passwd chat = *password* %n/n *password* %n/n *successfull*

logon path = \\comp03\profiles\%U


comment = Samba Network Logon Services

path = /home/netlogon

browseable = yes

locking = No

case sensitive = no

writeable = yes


writable = yes

comment = This is your personal home directory

browseable = no


writable = yes

comment = Schedule Information

force group = da

path = /home/shared

sync always = yes


comment = FTP Server Map

path = /home/ftp

read only = no 


printable = yes

printer = lp

path = /var/spool/lpd/lp


comment = User Profiles

path = /home/profile

create mode = 0600

directory mode = 0700

writeable = yes

browseable = no

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