[Samba] Hyper-V Virtual Machines fail to start on Samba shares

Data Control Systems - Mike Elkevizth mike at datacontrolsystems.com
Sat Aug 6 18:02:43 UTC 2016

First thing I do when setting up a new workstation:

sudo apt purge avahi-daemon avahi-autoipd
sudo apt autoremove

Mike E.

On Sat, Aug 6, 2016 at 1:22 PM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net>

> Am 06.08.2016 um 18:51 schrieb Rowland Penny:
>> On Sat, 6 Aug 2016 18:18:22 +0200
>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net> wrote:
>> i know who you meant but that person *did not* reserve .local and so
>>> stop abuse unrelated people because things they are not responsible
>>> for just because you have a problem using their software for whatever
>>> reason - that's it
>> I know who first started using .local, it was a bad idea and when
>> 'Avahi' for Linux was written, this could have been fixed, but it
>> wasn't.
> no it couldn't in case of a *compatible* implementation which is essentail
> when you use more than one operating system
> I am not abusing anybody, I am just voicing my opinion and my opinion
>> is that anything written by 'you know who' has a lot of problems and
>> should be avoided like the plague.
> that's just your optinion
> Why ? I hear you saying, well for an instance, download Fedora 24,
>> remove network-manager and setup a fixed ip, just like you can on
>> Debian by altering the files, reboot. You will find
>> that /etc/resolv.conf has disappeared and when you try to recreate it,
>> you will find you cannot, this is because systemd now makes /etc
>> readonly
> nonsense, all our developer desktops as well as our production servers are
> currently running Fedora 24 - with a customized /etc/resolv.conf -
> fileserver, webservers, nameservers, routers, wlan-ap and what not else
> you only showed that you where unable or unwilling to cope with changes
> and learn how systemd works - you are free to do so - but then *please*
> stop spreading unqualified FUD
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