starting smbd manually, the installation is now stable but just like
with gary's installation linuxconf likes to much smb.conf
On Fri, 25 Jun
1999, Michael Field - NC Systems Server Engineering - SUN Ireland wrote:
> Depends on how you've edited it. I had a catostrophic experience when editing
> the rc.inet1 (I'm possibly thinking of a slackware file but this was on RH and
> the file was the RH equivalent).
>> I don't know about named.conf but I've played around with smb.conf with nothing
> nearly like the same consequences.
>> Are you starting sabma automatically each time you boot the machine? If so cease
> doing this until you have a stable smb.conf file.
>> > To: ilug at linux.ie> > Subject: [ILUG] RH 6 and Linuxconf
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> > Is it just me or does Linuxconf in RH 6 crash and burn if it comes across
> > a file that you've edited yourself, namely named.conf and smb.conf ?
> > anybody else had this annoyance?
> > paul
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