[Samba] Installation problem

Alex Perez quimicefa at gmail.com
Sat Jun 5 00:09:32 MDT 2010

You can check wahat files are included in the deb package with

sudo dpkg -l samba

maybe the config is in /etc/smb.conf or so.

2010/6/4 Gary Dale <garydale at rogers.com>

> On 04/06/10 03:44 PM, Miha Krajnc wrote:
>> Hey guys,
>> i installed samba on my Ubuntu 10.04 machine (sudo apt-get install samba)
>> and it didnt create any config files. There is no /etc/samba or
>> /usr/local/samba. I dont realy know what to do.... The samba server fails
>> to
>> start and i cant connect to the machine over my network. Anyone know what
>> i
>> should do? I tried purging / reinstalling (apt-get and aptitude), with no
>> success.
> Are you using Ubuntu server or desktop?
> What messages do you get when you do "aptitude install samba" (after
> purging it, of course)?
> What happens if you do "/etc/init.d/samba start"?
> Also, have you tried installing SWAT? I find it very useful for configuring
> servers.
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