Re: [nslu2-linux] Re: Can't Get Upgrade to Samba 3.2.x Working
- In message <ga21fa+100iu@...>, nemesisdb <dbryan05@...>
>Thank you so much for your help. That solved the problem and I canThe NSLU2 webgui can be used to add users to Linux and shares to Linux
>connect again! You're amazing.
>Hopefully you won't mind two follow-up questions.
>1) Do I need to create a diversion script as mentioned in the wiki?
>I am somewhat concerned about the files being "replaced" when the
>unit is powered off as seems to be mentioned for at least some users -
>- others suggest that this may not be needed for newer samba versions.
>2) Is it still possible to use the webGUI to make changes to shares
>and users? I tried previously (a day or so ago) before I had it
>fully working and the changes I made seemed to only effect the
>old /etc/samba/smb.conf file (instead of the file in /opt/etc/samba).
and the default NSLU2 Samba2, but the webgui will not update the
/opt/etc/samba/smb.conf file that Samba3 uses.
But you can use Swat for this.
I think the installation instructions are :-
ipkg install xinetd
ipkg install samba3-swat
then re-start xinetd
Suggest that you also read through the xinetd wiki page
- I have a problem to initiate samba 3 after I upgraded, too.
I tried changing the charset to UTF-8, and the gconv-modules was also
(the OS is unslug)
the error log is:
ERROR: Could not determine network interfaces, you must use a interfaces
I also added these two lines in the global section of my smb.conf. however,
still not work.
interfaces = 192.168.1.77/24, ixp0, lo
bind interfaces = ixp0
Any help will be ppreciated.
> I had a tough time getting samba to work. Finally, follow instruction here
> with install gconv-modules and add
> display charset = UTF8
> dos charset = UTF8
> unix charset = UTF8
> to smb.conf file
> to make it work. I still unable to get the swat going after install (blank
> I am using openslug, not unslung though.
> Hope this help
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