upgrade samba 4 alpha9 to samba 4 alpha 11-error
esiotrot at gmail.com
Thu Sep 16 05:51:13 MDT 2010
On 16 September 2010 10:05, hesam mohamadian <hesam.mohamadian at gmail.com> wrote:
> hi Mat
> I type below command in / (root)
> *# find . | grep -ir ldb.so *
This command is wrong (even if it told you want you wanted to know).
# find / -type f -name '*ldb.*'
# locate ldb.
if you've got locate installed and configured correctly and it has had
a chance to update its database.
You should generally not compile things as root. Rather compile as a
normal user and then just use root for the "make install".
> samba-master* is source of samaba-alpha11 that i download
> *new-samba* is samba-aplha11 that i configure &make&make install
> *backupprovision* is my old samba that i installed it before
Where is the source of the current version from GIT?
> now i must set python path in which of them and execute* upgradeprovision
> script * form new-samba or samba-master ?
> what should i do ?
I think it's best to get the latest source code from GIT and compile
that. e.g. in a directory called /home/user/samba-git/source4.
Then run the upgradeprovision from inside the samba-git source code.
If that doesn't work, post the output.
Michael Wood <esiotrot at gmail.com>
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