Apache Server with Samba

Buchan Milne bgmilne at ing.sun.ac.za
Wed Nov 22 13:25:39 GMT 2000

You can use variable substitution in your smb.conf. Check out %a in "man
smb.conf". For example, you could do:
include = /etc/smb.conf.%a

and define the share for apache in the file /etc/smb.conf.WinNT

Variable substitution is quite powerful, but it is not always totally
reliable. I have shares defined with the %G variable, with domain admins
seeing all of the shares. The domain admins sometimes lose the shares
defined for the other groups. I am conisdering using hidden share, but I
think it works well enough.

PDC=Linux Mandrake 7.1 + samba 2.0.7, webserver = Linux Mandrake 7.1 +
apache 1.3.12.

funrighd at netcourrier.com wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to create an Intranet site on a Mandrake 7.2 linux server with Apache and Samba. I wanna limit access to some parts of this site to Windows NT 4 Clients. Does someone have information for doing this ?
> Fred
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