Server string in Network Neighbourhood
gdsokoll at wbmpl.com.au
Thu Nov 27 10:16:35 GMT 1997
Luke et al,
Thanks for the responses but i'm afraid it still don't quite work - I now see \"11th instead of just "11th. Could this be a quirk in W95 ?
BTW, if i run ps -ef | grep nmbd i see
.....samba/nmbd -C\"11th Floor SGI O2\" -D
but under my previous arrangement (with NMBD_OPTS='-C"11th Floor SGI O2"') i get
.....samba/nmbd -C"11th Floor SGI O2" -D
which seems more reasonable.
Unless anyone else has some more ideas, I think I'll be reverting to using underscores instead of spaces.
From: Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton[SMTP:lkcl at switchboard.net]
Sent: Thursday, 27 November 1997 2:21
To: Geoff Sokoll
Cc: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: Re: Server string in Network Neighbourhood
On Wed, 26 Nov 1997, Geoff Sokoll wrote:
> Sorry if this is a stupid question, but is the string that appears in browser lists restricted to being a single string without spaces, or can you include spaces ?
> I have samba v1.9.15p8 running on a SGI O2 system, and I'm accessing its filesystems from a W95 PC.
> I started off with the following line in my /etc/init.d/samba script
> NMBD_OPTS="-C11th Floor SGI O2"
> which results in only 11th appearing as the comment in the "Network Neighbourhood" window in W95. If I change the above line to
> NMBD_OPTS='-C"11th Floor SGI O2"'
i believe that this should be NMBD_OPTS='-C\"11th Floor SGI O2\"'
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