[Samba] Samba4 and Ubuntu 12.10 : problem to get it working...

Marc Muehlfeld samba at marc-muehlfeld.de
Sun May 5 14:46:12 MDT 2013

Hello Thierry,

Am 03.05.2013 12:43, schrieb Thierry Gonon:
> I'm new to samba : I've just installed it (version 4.0.5) on a 'fresh' Ubuntu 12.10 server (32 bit version), following the HOWTO we can find on the sambawiki.
> Everything is OK, up to the $ /usr/local/samba/bin/smbclient -L localhost -U% command (running as root)
> I get the following errors : NT_STATUS_CONNECTION_REFUSED, even if I replace % by Administrator...
> What am I doing wrong..?
> Also, when checking the running processes (via ps aux), I get 2 smbd processes with the same options. Is that behaviour normal ?

What are the samba logs saying?

Did you start the 'samba' binary? Or 'smbd'? Normally you should see 
some samba and some smbd child processes running.


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