Start smbd and nmbd daemons on other HP Unix (version 10.20)
Edgar.Matzinger at nl.origin-it.com
Thu Mar 8 15:25:10 GMT 2001
> would like to know if it's possible to start the smbd/nmbd daemons
> from an other HP Unix server. The installation of Samba has been
> made on a RAID mounted on an other Unix server (the main one).
if you can reach the filesystems that are mounted on
the other HP-UX server, you can fire up the daemons.
You can do this, mounting the remote filesystems, using NFS.
Is there no space left on a local filesystem to install the
software? And what service do you want to provide? Printing?
Filesystems? Authentication? Wins resolution? If you want to
give PC users access to their files, i.e. you provide access
to filesystems, where are these files located? Locally?
HTH, cu l8r,
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