[Samba] Compiling samba with srpm's

Gerald (Jerry) Carter jerry at samba.org
Wed Apr 2 13:13:01 GMT 2003

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On Tue, 18 Mar 2003 David.Grudek at anixter.com wrote:

> I am new to linux and samba.  I have looked everywhere for a good place
> that has instructions at a newbie level on how to use srpms to get samba
> to work with acl's.  I have got the xfs filesystem to work.  I think
> that I need to recompile samba to make it work with acl's, but do I also
> need the kernel to be patched since the filesystem supports the acl's
> natively?  and can someone point me to the direction of a good howto
> that is for complete dummies.

root# rpm -Uvh samba-<version>.src.rpm
root# cd /usr/src/redhat/SPECS

...edit samba.spec and add --with-aclsupport to the 
   ./configure options....

root# rpm -ba samba.spec

[if you are on a syatem >= RedHat 8, use rpmbuild in the last step]

cheers, jerry
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