I ended the Netserver before I started playing.

It runs in the PASE environment and is available to all of OS/400.  I just
gotta figure out the smb.conf file.

-------------------------
 Bryan Dietz
3X Corporation






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                      Valley)"                  cc:
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I wonder how this would work?
If Netserver is already running, wouldn't it respond to requests instead of
Samba?
Would you be restricted to QSH to interact with shares?

Loyd

-----Original Message-----
From: bdietz@3x.com [mailto:bdietz@3x.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2001 2:32 AM
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject: Re: Samba (was: OS-X vs. Windows)



Simon,  Why bother with a port of SAMBA.  As I sat here tonight during a
slooowww v4r5 upgrade I decided to see if I could grab the latest samba
binaries and toss( actually FTP ) them on my v5r1 system and run under the
PASE environment.

<snip>

The most amazing part is that the aix binaries are running, unchanged.  I
can NBTSTAT from my win2K system and see that it is responding.
Still can't get the shares to work.  I think it is userid/password related.
I'll have to keep digging.


-------------------------
 Bryan Dietz
3X Corporation







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