[Samba] Need to Locate the GNU SMB Library Source Code

Bobby Baker bobby.r.baker at gmail.com
Tue Feb 1 23:04:17 MST 2011


Thanks for your response.  I think my original request may have been  
confusing.  I don't have any Samba installation that contains a / 
smbval directory.  That is my problem.  I am using a product called  
Documentum Content Server where the documentation provides a way to  
customize a particular capability via utilization of the SMB Library  
Source Code.  I am supposed to find that "Library" on the Samba.org  
web-site, but cannot seem to locate it.  That is my question, where  
can I find the SMB Library Source Code?  I hope you or someone else  
can help.

Thanks so much!


On Feb 1, 2011, at 7:43 AM, Volker Lendecke wrote:

> On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 01:11:24PM -0500, Bobby Baker wrote:
>> My operating system is Solaris 10.  I need the SMB Library Source  
>> Code,
>> which I need to rebuild.  I also need the smbvalid.a library  
>> located in the
>> /smbval directory,. and the valid.h file located in the /include  
>> directory.
>> I presume both of these files are contained in the library source,  
>> or will
>> be generated as part of the rebuild.
> Samba does not contain or install a valid.h file. Also, I am
> not aware that Samba has anything to do with the /smbval
> directory. Can you post a "ls -l /smbval" on our machine, so
> that we can see that it looks like Samba?
> Thanks,
> Volker

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