"shouldn't be necessary" ?
Kirk A Wolff
kirk at braemarinc.com
Tue Apr 18 21:00:49 GMT 2000
See Line number 42 through 45. This is from samba/source/README
----- Original Message -----
From: "Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton" <lkcl at samba.org>
To: "Multiple recipients of list SAMBA-NTDOM" <samba-ntdom at samba.org>
Sent: Monday, April 17, 2000 10:38 PM
Subject: Re: Works!
> On Mon, 17 Apr 2000, Kirk A Wolff wrote:
> > Thanks for all of the hard work! I will reap all of the benefits with
> > joy!) j/k
> > Like I said earlier, I am using this for my home network with
> > via Amateur Radio (http://n0tia-uhf.ampr.org). Now I can serve file
> > and internet access to the windows workstations roommates and neighbors!
> > I have one suggestion though: In your FAQ at
> > http://www.kneschke.de/projekte/samba_tng/faq/configuration.php3, tell
> > people to give the server a trust account also! That way they won't
> > that little statement in the samba/source/README! I think that was why
> > couldn't get it to work all along (for the past week).
> shouldn't be necessary.
1: Samba, The Next Generation.
2: Sun Jan 2nd 2000.
3: lkcl, samba team.
5: if you got this far, you probably obtained samba using cvs. well
6: in order to maintain it, you will need to use cvs update, but
7: this will fail, and you will need to delete your cvs tree and start
8: instructions, in case it was a while since you last did that, are at
9: http://samba.org/cvs.html. remember to use SAMBA_TNG as the tag name.
11: there is also a FAQ, maintained by Lars Kneschke <lars at kneschke.de>,
14: basic compilation and usage instructions. the following are executed
15: the unix prompt, if you hadn't already guessed.
19: [make install]
21: to run samba, you will need:
26: if you are using any nt clients, running the following will change
27: behaviour of the nt clients towards samba, which will improve the nt
28: clients' reliability and performance:
33: if you intend to operate samba with "encrypt passwords = yes",
34: "update encrypted = yes" or "migrate passwords = yes", you will
35: also need:
42: you will also need to add your own samba server as a trust account.
43: one way to do this, in the usual manner, is:
45: bin/smbpasswd -a -m your_samba_server_name
47: if you need NT-style printing:
51: if you want to be able to start/stop services remotely (yes, dammit,
52: you can only do this as root, you think i'm stupid????), you will
53: as well as your own rc.services script in /usr/local/samba/bin:
58: i _really_ like this daemon architecture stuff. if ever there's a
59: or you want to upgrade one component, just kill the relevant daemon,
60: NOT smbd and NOT any of the other services, and restart it. i think
61: that's just great :)
64: Sun Jan 2nd 2000 (later on)
66: i liked the daemon architecture so much i decided to add it to cvs
67: or what is affectionately known as the SAMBA-3 tree. what i added
68: code that, instead of _always_ redirecting to the daemon architecture
69: like in SAMBA_TNG, samba cvs main _attempts_ to redirect to the
70: architecture. if this fails, it will fall back to using the internal
71: msrpc code.
73: so, if you want to use smbd file-services in cvs main, which are much
74: then simply run cvs main's smbd daemon instead of SAMBA_TNG's.
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