ricky.nance at gmail.com
Thu Apr 11 21:17:20 MDT 2013
Bill apt-get purge would be a better option, other than that, make sure
that /usr/local/samba/bin and sbin are first in your path and all should be
well still... add the following line to /root/.bashrc at the very end:
then as root do a `. /root/.bashrc` and try `samba -V` again.
(you can also add that export line to any of your users .bashrc)
On Thu, Apr 11, 2013 at 7:54 PM, Bill Wilken <bill.wilken at wilkenmail.com>wrote:
> Thanks for the note. Even though I used apt-get remove to "extinguish"
> Ubuntu's distro binary, and even though samba4 didn't show up in its
> software manager, a check using the synaptic manager showed several pieces
> and parts of the old binary still hanging around.
> On 4/11/13 6:14 PM, "Marc Muehlfeld" <samba at marc-muehlfeld.de> wrote:
> > Am 11.04.2013 23:30, schrieb Bill Wilken:
> >> After removing all existing Samba folders, I downloaded,compiled, and
> >> provisioned Samba 4.0.5 under Ubuntu 12.04 desktop. But when I check
> >> version (samba V or samba ‹version), samba responds with ³Version
> >> 4.0.0alpha18² Am I missing something?
> > I don't know Ubuntu. But I guess your distribution maybe was shipped
> > with that old version. And when you compile samba, you installed it e.
> > g. to /usr/local/samba, what isn't in the path by default (or you added
> > it to the end of your path variable). So the binary shipped with your
> > distribution is executed instead of the one in /usr/local/samba.
> > Regards,
> > Marc
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