On Thu, 20 Dec 2001 email@example.com wrote: > <smb.conf> > [global] > workgroup = ITS > netbios name = EBIZ01 > server string = EBIZ01-Samba-Server > [home] > comment = Home Directories > path=/home > > Questions, how important is the sambapasswd "program"? > All I want is a proof that it works, just a simple guest share of the /home > directory would be great. You need to use the smbpasswd program to allow users to use the system unless you define a "guest" user. Since you got samba working you may want to try getting swat working too. swat is a configuration/management tool for samba. I know nothing about the PASE environment so I have no idea how hard this would be. To add a public space for testing try this in smb.conf: [public] comment = Public user space read only = No browseable = Yes path = /home/samba Make /home/samba world readable and away you go. James Rich firstname.lastname@example.org
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