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Mon Dec 1 12:27:21 GMT 2003


Could some one say what might be wrong

I've also used the original

     swat    stream  tcp nowait.400  root
     /usr/local/etc/samba/sbin/swat  swat

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<br>I am on a small LAN behind a router &amp; setting up Samba wishing
to use swat. The UNIX box runs FreeBSD 4.x. There is no browser capability
on the UNIX platform but it does run an Apache Server. The local IP of
the UNIX machine is &amp; that for the servicing PC is
<p>swat is defined in both&nbsp; /etc/services and /etc/inetd.conf
901/tcp&nbsp; #Samba Server
<br>swat&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; stream&nbsp; tcp&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; nowait&nbsp;
root&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; /usr/local/etc/samba/sbin/swat&nbsp; swat</blockquote>
In the smb.conf file the following exist
<br>hosts allow = 192.168.4. localhost
<p>From the PC a <A HREF=""></A> returns an error
<p>Could some one say what might be wrong
<p>I've also used the original
<blockquote>swat&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; stream&nbsp; tcp nowait.400&nbsp; root&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
/usr/local/etc/samba/sbin/swat&nbsp; swat</blockquote>

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