[Samba] Shares are not persistent
douggack at hotmail.com
Sun Dec 23 13:06:13 GMT 2007
Please, someone kick me!
Thanks eversomuch, the services were not starting on boot.
> Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2007 12:03:04 +0900
> From: rchapman at aardvark.com.au
> To: douggack at hotmail.com
> CC: samba at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Re: [Samba] Shares are not persistent
> Hi Doug
> I Wonder whether the smbd service is set to start at boot. Maybe setting
> up the share starts the services (smbd and nmbd) but they are not set to
> start on boot. I am not using fedora - but on Centos 5, these services
> do not start at boot by default.
> In the graphical interface you might want to try something like:
> System/administration/server settings/services and check that smb is
> checked in runlevel 5 (or whatever)
> I actually use webmin to provide a more consistent graphical management
> tool - and would highly recommend it if you don't like command line stuff.
> Doug Gack wrote:
> > I'm running Samba on Fedora 8. Using the graphical interface, only.
> > (Samba Server Configuration Tool 1.2.58)
> > I can create a share, and use it from either Windows or Linux.
> > If I re-boot the computer, the share does not get re-activated (It is
> > still shown on the Configuration Tool Window).
> > If I delete the share and re-create it, all is good. Is there a way to
> > get a share to persist past a re-boot?
> > Thanks,
> > Doug
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