[Samba] Samba is not starting automatically on boot, installed on Ubuntu
smb_77 at chrissmith.org
Thu Sep 6 07:02:20 MDT 2012
Ubuntu AFAIK has never fixed their Bug 951087 which is one reason I
cannot recommend it as a server where Samba is a critical package.
On Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 7:33 AM, Eitan Orgil <eitan.orgil at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have installed an Ubuntu server 12.04.01 with Smba 3.6.3
> I have configured it to be a file server as well as a PDC.
> When I restart the Linux system, the Samba service will not
> start automatically.
> I tried using: "chkconfig smbd 3", for that I got a lot of "... missing LSB
> tags and overrides" messages.
> Then when I run: chkconfig smbd I get: smbd 3
> Rebooting the Linux, the service is up, but not responding, restarting the
> smbd service and it is OK.
> I also tryed to ussysv-rc-confe with the same resoults,the service is up,
> but not responding, restarting the smbd service and it is OK.
> Can anybody help?
> Best regards
> Orgil Eitan
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