Samba on Solaris 8
jesper.fogeby at cgey.com
Wed Oct 3 23:21:03 GMT 2001
I think you have to compile samba...
Download the source and run ./configure --help from the source directory.
Look for --prefix.
From: Atul Gupta [mailto:atgupta at adobe.com]
Sent: den 4 oktober 2001 07:59
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Samba on Solaris 8
I am new to Samba. I used it and installed it on Solaris 2.6 and it was
samba 2.0.7 version which was in pkgadd format and was installed under /opt
directory i.e. /opt/samba. Now I need to install samba on solaris 8 and
problem I am having a problem that I I don't have write permission on
/usr/local directory. (it is some NFS mount).
Now I am looking for Samba in pkgadd format which gets installed under
/opt directory. I tried installing samba-2.2.1a-sparc-solaris-2.8.pkg
in /opt (with -R option) directory but I got so many error messages and
SWAT and other daemons never started.
Any idea where can I find this samba package for Solaris 8 or can anyone
tell me if I go for compiling samba what parameter and file should I
modify to install and compile into .opt directory.
Samba version doesn't matter for us.
Any help in this regards will be highly appreciated.
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