[Samba] Message Command

Joel Hammer Joel at HammersHome.com
Fri Jan 10 21:51:01 GMT 2003

man smb.conf
Then search for preexec and root preexec and postexec.
for example, this should do it:
Press n to repeat the search.
This is part of samba. It allows samba to invoke commands when a user
logs in or logs out of the share. It is very handy.


On Fri, Jan 10, 2003 at 11:35:43PM +1100, David Andrew Patterson wrote:
> At 07:28 AM 10/01/03 -0500, you wrote:
> >If you want to run a command on the linux server, why not just use the exec
> >parameter?
> >
> >Are you wanting to send a pop up message to a windows or linux client?
> >Although I don't use it right now, there is a well defined mechanism for
> >sending popup messages to windows clients.
> >
> >Joel
> Tell me more about this "exec parameter".... (What is it, how do I use it, 
> etc...) Is it part of Samba, or completely unrelated?
> ------------------
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