[Samba] When trying to Samba (SMBD) it says "not found"
edouard.ades at activant.com
Wed Oct 26 23:32:32 GMT 2005
I tried to start the samba service (Smbd) but it tells me "Not found" no error number or permission denied.
There was no update made on the box. I logged on as root
I went to good directory, usr/local/samba/sbin/
and typed smbd and I got
ksh: smbd : Not found
If I enter LS under the sbin directory, the smbd is there.
Also, if I enter LS -e le (to see the executable) it returns me smbd
I even made a search by entering find / -name smbd 2> /dev/null
and when the result came up it showed me the good path which is usr/local/samba/sbin/
I'm new in the Unix / samba stuff, it's probably just a little thing that I'm missing !!
So if anyone can help I'd really appreciate.
Thanks in advance
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