[Samba] Installing/Removing RPM's
nkelly at tarsus.co.uk
Wed Jul 17 05:13:32 GMT 2002
Try doing an 'rpm -qa | grep samba' to find out which Samba packages you
have installed. These names are the ones you use when doing a 'rpm -e' so
you might have to uninstall several rpms.
Read the man page for swat installation - either 'man swat' or follow this
From: Trevor Fraser [mailto:trevor at systematic.co.za]
Sent: 17 July 2002 12:01
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: [Samba] Installing/Removing RPM's
This is partly a RedHat specific question. When I try removing a rpm using
I get 'rpm not installed', and when I try install the same rpm using 'rpm
-i', I get 'rpm already installed'. How can this be? Please advise.
Another thing is that I can't find the swat service. I installed smb server
at installation, and the rest of the packages seem to be installed. I'm
trying to reinstall, but the above problem keeps holds me back. If I could
reinstall, is this the right thing to do, or do you have other suggestions?
Thanks for your time,
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