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Re: Fwd: Network Queries


What you want is long to read but simple to do.
Which you are a newbee (welcome) simply download webmin
(www.webmin.com/webmin) and in server tag U should find a direct samba
help and a link to swat to.

Good trip.

NB: Think about SAM style on your PDC. You must to set it hybrid if you
have an ActiveDir in order to connect. 
If U want to bind the ActiveDir, U cannot do it with samba. But, U can
mount one DNS with forward request. Warning: You must create the strange
MS zone (i.e: _MSDTDC...)

Le ven 19/07/2002 à 09:26, Lloyd Lowe a écrit :
> Hi,
> TO: Rick Stevens :
> Many thanks for your prompt, and strong reply.
> Lloyd
> At 09:51 AM 2002/07/18 -0700, you wrote:
> >Lloyd Lowe wrote:
> >>
> >>>Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 12:43:37 +0200
> >>>To: wil redhat com
> >>>From: Lloyd Lowe <lloydl cat co za>
> >>>Subject: Network Queries
> >>>
> >>>HI There,
> >>>
> >>>Sorry to do this to you, but I am a new User and Am battling to setup my 
> >>>Linux Box. My Linux Box is Redhat 7.2 and I am battling to Find inet.d .
> >>>The xinet.d file exists but this doesn't seem to help. I have downloaded 
> >>>just about every bit of documentation I can find and have not been very 
> >>>successfull.
> >
> >As of RedHat 7.2, xinetd is used, not inetd.  xinetd is more powerful
> >and secure than inetd, and it is controlled by files located in the
> >/etc/xinetd.d DIRECTORY.  Each file controls a single service.  The
> >format of these files is described by "man xinetd.conf".  Details on
> >how xinetd itself works are available by "man xinetd".
> >
> >>>I would like to get SAMBA 2.2.5 up and running and then install PAM_SMB 
> >>>so that I can introduce NT authentication but I am missing the pamsmbd 
> >>>file and no-one at SAMBA is responding to my previous e-mails. Can you 
> >>>assist me in any way. I would like to be able to view a Windows based 
> >>>network from a Linux Box and I would like to be able to view the Linux 
> >>>Box from Windows. I would also Like tologon to the Linux box with NT 
> >>>Server Authentication.
> >
> >You can start samba by running ntsysv and scrolling through the list
> >until you get to the "smb" option, then hit the spacebar to put a "*"
> >in the little box, then the TAB key to highlight OK, and hit return.
> >Samba will start on the next reboot.  If you need it to run NOW,
> >try "/etc/rc.d/init.d/smb start" as the root user.
> >
> >You need to configure the /etc/samba/smb.conf file and possibly add
> >users and passwords to make it all work.  The easiest way to do this
> >is via the "swat" program.  To run swat, edit the /etc/services file
> >and make sure there's a line like:
> >
> >         swat    901/tcp
> >
> >in it.  Then, simply run swat from the command line as the root user
> >and use a web browser to look at the URL "http://localhost:901"; and.
> >You'll be presented with an administration tool and you can futz with
> >the Samba configuration all you want.
> >
> >If you're going to be a big Samba user, get the O'Reilly book "Using
> >Samba".  It's quite good.
> >
> >>>I have been to ftp.samba.org, www.samba.org, #samba on the IRC and 
> >>>www.redhat.com and so far no one has been able to shed any light on this 
> >>>subject.
> >>>
> >>>Can this be done and can you help.
> >
> >Obviously, yes it can be done, and I've tried to help.  Whether I've
> >been successful is another matter. ;-)
> >----------------------------------------------------------------------
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