neil at box1.staller.sunysb.edu
Sat May 11 10:00:03 GMT 2002
depending on the security/firewall options you chose during installation
port 901 may be blocked by ipchains as well. ?
if so look at /etc/sysconfig/ipchains , "man ipchains" et cetera or try
lokkit et al...
On Sat, 11 May 2002, Joel Hammer wrote:
> I just tried it and got the same error. You have to enable swat.
> In your /etc/xinet.d directory, you need a file something like this: (Called
> # default: off
> disable = no
> Then, stop and restart xinetd:
> /etc/rc.d/init.d/xinetd stop
> /etc/rc.d/init.d/xinetd start
> To make sure things have gone well,
> netstat -apn | grep xinet
> should show you port 901 is being monitored.
> My other problem was I was using the -a option with swat, and xinetd
> rejected it.
> BTW, swat is overrated in my book. If you need quick access to documentation,
> man smb.conf is much faster.
> > When I browse (konqueror) to http://localhost:901,
> > I always got the message:
> > "Could not connet to host localhost [port 901]"
> > Without the port number, I was able to display a
> > TestPage at localhost. Other browsers don't find the
> > port either.
> > I'm using Red Hat 7.2, Samba 2.2.1-3. I double checked
> > what I did:
> > /etc/services file lists:
> > swat 901/tcp
> > /etc/xinetd.d contains swat file
> > What else do I need for running swat? Help...
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