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delete samba shares ADMIN 1, DISK 1 and printers

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  • oliverschuster
    is it possible to delete these shares or to make them invisible?
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 14, 2004
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      is it possible to delete these shares
      or to make them invisible?
    • Bob George
      ... I had no problem deleting DISK1 by editing the smb.conf file from the command line. - Bob
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 16, 2004
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        oliverschuster wrote:

        > is it possible to delete these shares
        > or to make them invisible?

        I had no problem deleting DISK1 by editing the smb.conf file from the
        command line.

        - Bob
      • oliverschuster
        ... the ... editing the smb.conf doesn t work. there are several smb.conf: / # find -name smb.conf ./share/smb.conf ./share/flash/conf/smb.conf
        Message 3 of 4 , Nov 23, 2004
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          > I had no problem deleting DISK1 by editing the smb.conf file from
          the
          > command line.
          >
          > - Bob

          editing the smb.conf doesn't work.
          there are several smb.conf:

          / # find -name smb.conf
          ./share/smb.conf
          ./share/flash/conf/smb.conf
          ./share/hdd/conf/share/smb.conf
          ./share/hdd/conf/smb.conf
          ./share/hdd/conf/usr/local/smb.conf
          ./share/hdd/conf/etc/samba/smb.conf

          and after reboot the smb.conf is overwritten.
        • Bob George
          ... I should have mentioned, I use a diversion script as described in the unslung README to copy the edited smb.conf file from /opt/etc/smb.conf to
          Message 4 of 4 , Nov 28, 2004
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            oliverschuster wrote:
            > editing the smb.conf doesn't work. there are several smb.conf:

            I should have mentioned, I use a diversion script as described in the
            unslung README to copy the edited smb.conf file from /opt/etc/smb.conf
            to /etc/samba/smb.conf at bootup.

            - Bob
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