Two sambas, one machine? How about pid files?
eirvine at tpgi.com.au
Thu Jun 22 08:11:14 GMT 2000
Hi all :)
I want to move over to encrypted passwords so I can support
domain logons for NT SP5 machines. While I move over, I
still want to keep my support for the plaintext machines
up and running for a while.
I've had domain logons for Win9x machines with plaintext
passwords for several years.
I've got a smbpasswd file happening, aliasing on my ethernet
card happening, and two versions of a smb.conf file. Different
interfaces, domains, spool files etc for each.
The idea is that I fire up two versions each of smbd and nmbd,
right? One is pointed to the first smb.conf file, the other the second.
When I tried this, the second versions of smbd and nmbd
refused to start, because /var/run/smbd.pid and /var/run/nmbd.pid
were already there. I can't find an option to point the pid files
Am I missing something? Or do I have to hack the source and compile a
second version of samba binaries?
Ta very much
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