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  • Rudi
    Hello, can anybody help me? I am running SuSe 7.0 (kernel 2.2.16) on a file Server. There is running SAMBA 2.07. All is running great and stable. Printing is
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 10, 2002
      Hello,

      can anybody help me?

      I am running SuSe 7.0 (kernel 2.2.16) on a file Server.
      There is running SAMBA 2.07.
      All is running great and stable.
      Printing is runnin on raw from WIN NT Workstation on this server via
      SAMBA.
      All is runng vary nice except after each job appears an empty
      separation page.

      How can I stop this?

      Thanks!

      Best Regards
      Rudolf

      Following: printcap, smb.conf, rc.config

      ***********************************************************************
      printcap:

      #
      # Copyright (c) 1983 Regents of the University of California.
      # All rights reserved.
      #
      # Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted
      # provided that this notice is preserved and that due credit is given
      # to the University of California at Berkeley. The name of the University
      # may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this
      # software without specific prior written permission. This software
      # is provided ``as is'' without express or implied warranty.
      #
      # @(#)etc.printcap 5.2 (Berkeley) 5/5/88
      #
      # DecWriter over a tty line.
      #lp|ap|arpa|ucbarpa|LA-180 DecWriter III:\
      # :br#1200:fs#06320:tr=\f:of=/usr/lib/lpf:lf=/usr/adm/lpd-errs:
      #lp:lp=/dev/lp0:sd=/usr/spool/lp0:of=/usr/lib/lpf: lf=/usr/adm/lpd-errs
      #
      # Generic printer:
      #lp:lp=/dev/lp0:sd=/var/spool/lpd/lp0:sh
      #
      # typical remote printer entry
      #ucbvax|vax|vx|ucbvax line printer:\
      # :lp=:rm=ucbvax:sd=/usr/spool/vaxlpd:lf=/usr/adm/lpd-errs:
      #varian|va|Benson Varian:\
      # :lp=/dev/va0:sd=/usr/spool/vad:mx#2000:pl#58:px#2112:py#1700:tr=\f:\
      # :of=/usr/lib/vpf:if=/usr/lib/vpf:tf=/usr/lib/rvcat:cf=/usr/lib/vdmp:\
      # :gf=/usr/lib/vplotf:df=/usr/local/dvif:\
      # :vf=/usr/lib/vpltdmp:lf=/usr/adm/lpd-errs:
      #versatec|vp|Versatec plotter:\
      # :lp=/dev/vp0:sd=/usr/spool/vpd:sb:sf:mx#0:pw#106:pl#86:px#7040:py#2400:\
      # :of=/usr/lib/vpfW:if=/usr/lib/vpsf:tf=/usr/lib/vcat:cf=/usr/lib/vdmp:\
      # :gf=/usr/lib/vplotf:vf=/usr/lib/vpltdmp:lf=/usr/adm/lpd-errs:\
      # :tr=\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\
      #\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\
      #\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n:
      #
      #lp|panasonic:lp=/dev/lp1:sd=/usr/spool/lp/panasonic:lf=/usr/bin/mail:mc#1:\
      # ft=$$c$$p$$r$$f:hl#2:fl#3:ht=$$c$$n$$r$$t:sh:
      #
      # HP Laser jet plus
      #lp|hpj:\
      # :lp=/dev/lp1:sh:\
      # :sd=/usr/spool/lp1:\
      # :mx#0:\
      # :of=/usr/spool/lp1/hpjlp:
      # :lf=/usr/spool/lp1/hp-log:
      #
      #lp|Generic dot-matrix printer entry:\
      # :lp=/dev/lp1:sh:\
      # :sd=/var/spool/lp1/lp:sh:\
      # :if=/usr/bin/lpf:\
      # :df=/var/spool/lp1/filter.ps:\
      # :tf=/var/spool/lp1/filter.ps:\
      # :af=/var/spool/lp1/lp-acct:\
      # :lf=/var/spool/lp1/lp-err:
      ### BEGIN apsfilter: ### PS_ a4 mono 600 ###
      # Warning: Configured for apsfilter, do not edit the labels!
      # apsfilter setup Fri Mar 2 07:21:46 CET 2001
      #
      ascii|lp1|PS_-a4-ascii-mono-600|PS_ a4 ascii mono 600:\
      :lp=/dev/lp0:sh:\
      :sd=/var/spool/lpd/PS_-a4-ascii-mono-600:\
      :lf=/var/spool/lpd/PS_-a4-ascii-mono-600/log:\
      :af=/var/spool/lpd/PS_-a4-ascii-mono-600/acct:\
      :if=/var/lib/apsfilter/bin/PS_-a4-ascii-mono-600:\
      :la@:mx#0:\
      :tr=:cl:sh:
      #
      lp|lp2|PS_-a4-auto-mono-600|PS_ a4 auto mono 600:\
      :lp=/dev/lp0:sh:\
      :sd=/var/spool/lpd/PS_-a4-auto-mono-600:\
      :lf=/var/spool/lpd/PS_-a4-auto-mono-600/log:\
      :af=/var/spool/lpd/PS_-a4-auto-mono-600/acct:\
      :if=/var/lib/apsfilter/bin/PS_-a4-auto-mono-600:\
      :la@:mx#0:\
      :tr=:cl:sh:
      #
      raw|lp3|PS_-a4-raw|PS_ a4 raw:\
      :lp=/dev/lp0:sh:\
      :sd=/var/spool/lpd/PS_-a4-raw:\
      :lf=/var/spool/lpd/PS_-a4-raw/log:\
      :af=/var/spool/lpd/PS_-a4-raw/acct:\
      :if=/var/lib/apsfilter/bin/PS_-a4-raw:\
      :la@:mx#0:\
      :tr=:cl:sh:
      #
      ### END apsfilter: ### PS_ a4 mono 600 ###
      ### BEGIN apsfilter: ### PS_300dpi a4 mono 300 ###
      # Warning: Configured for apsfilter, do not edit the labels!
      # apsfilter setup Fri Mar 2 08:10:35 CET 2001
      #
      PS_300dpi-ascii|lp4|PS_300dpi-a4-ascii-mono-300|PS_300dpi a4 ascii
      mono 300:\
      :lp=/dev/lp0:sh:\
      :sd=/var/spool/lpd/PS_300dpi-a4-ascii-mono-300:\
      :lf=/var/spool/lpd/PS_300dpi-a4-ascii-mono-300/log:\
      :af=/var/spool/lpd/PS_300dpi-a4-ascii-mono-300/acct:\
      :if=/var/lib/apsfilter/bin/PS_300dpi-a4-ascii-mono-300:\
      :la@:mx#0:\
      :tr=:cl:sh:sf:
      #
      PS_300dpi|lp5|PS_300dpi-a4-auto-mono-300|PS_300dpi a4 auto mono 300:\
      :lp=/dev/lp0:\
      :sd=/var/spool/lpd/PS_300dpi-a4-auto-mono-300:\
      :lf=/var/spool/lpd/PS_300dpi-a4-auto-mono-300/log:\
      :af=/var/spool/lpd/PS_300dpi-a4-auto-mono-300/acct:\
      :if=/var/lib/apsfilter/bin/PS_300dpi-a4-auto-mono-300:\
      :la@:mx#0:\
      :tr=:cl:sh:sf:
      #
      PS_300dpi-raw|lp6|PS_300dpi-a4-raw|PS_300dpi a4 raw:\
      :lp=/dev/lp0:\
      :sd=/var/spool/lpd/PS_300dpi-a4-raw:\
      :lf=/var/spool/lpd/PS_300dpi-a4-raw/log:\
      :af=/var/spool/lpd/PS_300dpi-a4-raw/acct:\
      :if=/var/lib/apsfilter/bin/PS_300dpi-a4-raw:\
      :la@:mx#0:\
      :tr=:cl:sh:sf:
      #
      ### END apsfilter: ### PS_300dpi a4 mono 300 ###
      #
      remote|remote printer on shrothe:\
      :sd=/var/spool/lpd/remote:\
      :rm=shrothe:\
      :lp:sh:
      :rp=raw:\
      :bk:mx#0:

      ***********************************************************************
      rc.config


      #
      # Some people don't want SuSEconfig to modify the system. With this
      # entry you can disable SuSEconfig completely.
      # Please don't contact our support if you have trouble configuring your
      # system after having disabled SuSEconfig. (yes/no)
      #
      ENABLE_SUSECONFIG="yes"

      #
      # This variable will overrule all LC-variables!!
      # Again, ROOT_USES_LANG has to be set to YES in order
      # to get any effect for the superuser.
      #
      RC_LC_ALL=""

      #
      # This defines the locale in which messages of programs and
      # libraries with i18n-support should appear if a translated
      # message catalog for the library or the program is installed.
      # It also defines yes/no answers which are defined by the locale.
      #
      RC_LC_MESSAGES=""

      #
      # This defines the locale for character handling and classification.
      # The locale defined here is used by the libc in functions which
      # are used to qualify if this character is an charcater which may
      # be used in an text string, if the character is e.g. lowercase
      # and it defnes upper/lowercase-mapping of foreign characters
      #
      RC_LC_CTYPE=""

      #
      # This defines the locale for sorting strings and characters.
      # The locale defined here is used by the libc in functions which
      # are used to qualify if a character is befor or beyond an other
      # character in the alphabet. Note: sort(1) doesn't use these
      # functions, but other application such as databases may use it.
      #
      # To keep bash and possibly other apps from misbehavour because
      # of mixed upper/lowercase sorting with locales, you should keep
      # this at POSIX and just set it for the apps that need it:
      #
      RC_LC_COLLATE="POSIX"

      #
      # This defines the locale for date and time output formats.
      # i.e.: 06/09/1999 vs. 09.06.1999
      #
      RC_LC_TIME=""

      #
      # This defines the locale for formatting and reading numbers.
      # i.e.: 1,234.56 vs. 1.234,56
      #
      RC_LC_NUMERIC=""

      #
      # This defines the locale for formatting and reading money values.
      #
      RC_LC_MONETARY=""

      #
      # This defines if the user "root" should use the locale settings
      # which are defined here.
      # Value "ctype" means that root uses just LC_CTYPE.
      #
      ROOT_USES_LANG="ctype"

      #
      # SuSEconfig can mail reports (created by YaST or included in packages)
      # to you. Here you can set the address. If you don't want reports to
      # be send, then simply set it to "".
      #
      MAIL_REPORTS_TO="root"

      #
      # There are two levels of mailing. If you set MAIL_LEVEL it to "warn"
      # you only get the important mails. If you set it to "all", you get
      # logs also.
      #
      MAIL_LEVEL="warn"

      #
      # start loopback networking? ("yes" or "no")
      # (this will be needed for all rpc services)
      #
      START_LOOPBACK="yes"

      #
      # contains all indices of active PCMCIA network devices
      #
      NETCONFIG_PCMCIA=""

      #
      # IP Adresses
      #
      IPADDR_0="192.168.0.9"
      IPADDR_1=""
      IPADDR_2=""
      IPADDR_3=""

      #
      # network device names (e.g. "eth0")
      #
      NETDEV_0="eth0"
      NETDEV_1=""
      NETDEV_2=""
      NETDEV_3=""

      #
      # parameteres for ifconfig, simply enter "bootp" or "dhcpclient" to
      use the
      # respective service for configuration
      # sample entry for ethernet:
      # IFCONFIG_0="192.168.81.38 broadcast 192.168.81.63 netmask
      255.255.255.224"
      #
      IFCONFIG_0="192.168.0.9 broadcast 192.168.0.255 netmask 255.255.255.0 up"
      IFCONFIG_1=""
      IFCONFIG_2=""
      IFCONFIG_3=""

      #
      # setup dummy network device for IPADDR_0? this is useful for non
      permanent
      # network connections (e.g. SLIP, PPP). Some software needs a connection
      # to FQHOSTNAME (e.g. plp). (yes, no)
      SETUPDUMMYDEV="no"

      #
      # Do you want the "dynamic IP patch" to be enabled at bootup? (yes/no)
      #
      IP_DYNIP="no"

      #
      # Enable syn flood protection (see
      /usr/src/linux/Documentation/Configure.help)
      # (yes/no)
      #
      IP_TCP_SYNCOOKIES="yes"

      #
      # runtime-configurable parameter: forward IP packets.
      # Is this host a router? (yes/no)
      #
      IP_FORWARD="no"


      #
      # SuSEconfig can do some checks and modifications in /etc/hosts.
      # If this is not wanted, set the following variable to 'no' (yes, no).
      #
      CHECK_ETC_HOSTS="yes"

      #
      # If CHECK_ETC_HOSTS is set to yes, SuSEconfig sorts your
      # /etc/hosts. But in some cases this may be unwanted. So here is a
      # flag, where you can configure if /etc/hosts should be "beautified".
      # (yes/no)
      #
      BEAUTIFY_ETC_HOSTS="yes"

      #
      # if SORT_PASSWD_BY_UID is set to yes, SuSEconfig sorts your /etc/passwd
      # and /etc/group by uid/gid.
      #
      SORT_PASSWD_BY_UID="no"

      #
      # Shall SuSEconfig maintain /etc/resolv.conf (needed for DNS) ?
      # If set to yes and one of SEARCHLIST and NAMESERVER is empty,
      # it is assumed, that no DNS is wanted and /etc/resolv.conf will
      # be deleted. If yes and both are filled out, it will be created.
      # "no" leaves /etc/resolv.conf untouched.
      #
      CREATE_RESOLVCONF="yes"

      #
      # Used for News-Postings.
      #
      ORGANIZATION=""

      #
      # News server.
      #
      NNTPSERVER="news"

      #
      # space separated list of irc servers
      #
      IRCSERVER=""

      #
      # have mail daemon on SMTP port? ("yes" or "no")
      # needed, if you receive email from other hosts via tcp/ip
      # not needed, if you have a uucp-only host or only out-going email.
      # If set to "yes", sendmail will be started as daemon.
      # As uucp site, you can get along with "SMTP=no", if you make
      # a "sendmail -q" call after each poll. (As rmail is queuing the mail only
      # and not delivering it...)
      #
      SMTP="no"

      #
      # From:-Line in email and News postings
      # (otherwise the FQDN is used)
      #
      FROM_HEADER="shrothe.local"

      #
      # some programs (e.g. lynx, arena and wget) support proxies, if set in
      # environment. SuSEconfig can add this environment variables to
      # /etc/SuSEconfig/* (sourced by /etc/profile etc.) - See
      # http://www.suse.de/Support/sdb_e/lynx_proxy.html for more details.
      # Example: HTTP_PROXY="http://proxy.provider.de:3128/"
      HTTP_PROXY=""

      #
      # Example: FTP_PROXY="http://proxy.provider.de:3128/"
      #
      FTP_PROXY=""

      #
      # Example: GOPHER_PROXY="http://proxy.provider.de:3128/"
      #
      GOPHER_PROXY=""

      #
      # Example: NO_PROXY="www.me.de, do.main, localhost"
      #
      NO_PROXY="localhost"


      #
      # start cron daemon? ("yes" or "no")
      # should be left unchanged to the default "yes" entry
      #
      CRON="yes"

      #
      # when shutting down routing, all net connection can be closed (not useful
      # in all cases). If CLOSE_CONNECTIONS is set to "true" /sbin/init.d/route
      # scans /proc to search for network connections and sends a term signal
      # to the processes.
      #
      CLOSE_CONNECTIONS="false"

      #
      # start pcnfsd (for PCNFS clients; needs activated portmapper -
      # see man pcnfsd) (yes/no)
      #
      START_PCNFSD="no"

      #
      # start bwnfsd (pcnfs related) (yes/no)
      #
      START_BWNFSD="no"

      #
      # pcnfsd and bwnfsd need spool directory for lpd. Set it here.
      #
      PCNFSD_LPSPOOL="/var/spool/lpd"

      #
      # start routed (for dynamic routing - see man routed) (yes/no)
      # ATTENTION: starting routed causes net traffic every 30 seconds.
      # If your host is connected to internet via dial-up it makes absolutely
      # no sense to activate it.
      #
      START_ROUTED="no"

      #
      # start the named (package bind)? You have to configure the named first,
      # before you can start it (man named).
      #
      START_NAMED="no"

      #
      # should updatedb (for locate) be started by cron.daily ("yes" or "no")
      #
      RUN_UPDATEDB="yes"

      #
      # should mandb and whatis be recreated by cron.daily ("yes" or "no")
      #
      REINIT_MANDB="yes"

      #
      # updatedb has a parameter "--localuser". it runs the find as this user.
      # some people think, its a security hole to run it as root (because you
      # can get information about directories you can not read normally). Some
      # think its useful to hold all files in the database. If you want full
      # information in locate db, set RUN_UPDATEDB_AS=root. If you want security
      # use RUN_UPDATEDB_AS=nobody.
      #
      RUN_UPDATEDB_AS="nobody"

      #
      # uptdatedb normally only scans local harddisks, but can include net paths
      # in database as well. If you specify directories here, they will be
      scanned.
      #
      UPDATEDB_NETPATHS=""

      #
      # uptdatedb can skip directories for its database. The following parameter
      # says which.
      #
      UPDATEDB_PRUNEPATHS="/S.u.S.E. /mnt /cdrom /tmp /usr/tmp /var/tmp
      /var/spool /proc"

      #
      # search net paths as ? (e.g. nobody)
      #
      UPDATEDB_NETUSER=""

      #
      # old corefiles? should they be deleted ("yes" or "no")
      # if set to no, cron.daily will tell you, if it finds old core files.
      # please note, that this feature needs RUN_UPDATEDB to be set to "yes".
      #
      DELETE_OLD_CORE="no"

      #
      # how old are 'old' core files? (in days)
      #
      MAX_DAYS_FOR_CORE="7"

      #
      # should old preformated man pages be deleted (/var/catman)
      # (yes/no)
      #
      DELETE_OLD_CATMAN="yes"

      #
      # How old are OLD preformated man pages for you? (days)
      #
      CATMAN_ATIME="7"


      #
      # we have a small script to generate usr/info/dir file. This needs perl..
      # ("yes" or "no")
      #
      CREATE_INFO_DIR="yes"

      #
      # SuSEconfig can call chkstat to check permissions and ownerships for
      # files and directories (using /etc/permissions).
      # Setting to "set" will correct it, "warn" produces warnings, if
      # something strange is found. Disable this feature with "no".
      #
      CHECK_PERMISSIONS="set"

      #
      # SuSE Linux contains two different configurations for
      # chkstat. The differences can be found in /etc/permissions.secure
      # and /etc/permissions.easy. If you create your own configuration
      # (e.g. permissions.foo), you can enter the extension here as well.
      #
      # (easy/secure local foo whateveryouwant).
      #
      PERMISSION_SECURITY="easy local"


      #
      # How long to store old log files. If set to 0, log files will be
      untouched.
      # The log files below will be checked by cron.daily. The number
      # after the name means the minimum size in k, the file has to have, before
      # it will be backed up (root gets a mail, if it happens).
      #
      # /tmp/log_mg.* (1024), /var/log/wtmp (400), /var/log/isdn (4096),
      # /var/lib/xdm/xdm-errors (200), /var/spool/uucp/Log (2048),
      # /var/spool/uucp/Stats (1024), /var/log/debug (1024), /var/log/warn
      (1024),
      # /var/log/messages (4096), /var/log/xferlog (4096),
      # /local/www/logs/access_log (4096), /local/www/logs/error_log (1024)
      # /var/adm/isdn.log (1024), /var/log/isdncalls (1024)
      #
      MAX_DAYS_FOR_LOG_FILES="365"

      #
      # cron.daily can make backup the rpm database. Set the path here, and
      # cron.daily will make backup everytime it is called and the db has
      # changed. This backups are recommended. If you don not want this
      # feature, set it to "".
      #
      RPMDB_BACKUP_DIR="/var/adm/backup/rpmdb"

      #
      # here you can set the maximum number of backup files for the rpm
      # database.
      #
      MAX_RPMDB_BACKUPS="5"

      #
      # cron.daily can check for old files in tmp-dirs. It will delete all files
      # not accessed for more than MAX_DAYS_IN_TMP. If MAX_DAYS_IN_TMP is
      not set
      # or set to 0, this feature will be disabled.
      #
      MAX_DAYS_IN_TMP="0"

      #
      # You can specify in TMP_DIRS_TO_CLEAR, which directories have to be
      # searched for old files, to be deleted.
      #
      TMP_DIRS_TO_CLEAR="/tmp /var/tmp"

      #
      # In OWNER_TO_KEEP_IN_TMP, you can specify, whoms file shall not be
      deleted.
      #
      OWNER_TO_KEEP_IN_TMP="root"

      #
      # Do you want to have "." in root path? This is not recommended, but
      # many people do prefer it (yes/no).
      #
      CWD_IN_ROOT_PATH="no"

      #
      # If you want that new passwords will be checked through cracklib,
      # set PASSWD_USE_CRACKLIB to "yes".
      #
      PASSWD_USE_CRACKLIB="no"

      #
      # Some packages by SuSE include dynamically linked motif progs as well
      # as statically linked (*.SuSE-dynamic resp. *.SuSE-static). SuSEconfig
      # can analyze your system and link the matching program to *. If you
      # set this to "clean", the other binary will be deleted. (no/link/clean)
      #
      HOW_TO_HANDLE_COMMERCIAL_LIBS="link"

      #
      # run the Name Service Caching Daemon at boot time? (yes/no)
      #
      START_NSCD="yes"

      umask 022

      #
      # Attention! This variable PATH is NOT setting the PATH for user or root
      # shells. It is only used internally for /sbin/init.d/*, SuSEconfig and
      # cron.daily. Please do NOT change PATH here.
      #
      PATH="/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin"


      #
      # start kernel daemon? ("yes" or "no")
      #
      START_KERNELD="yes"


      #
      # If you say yes here, you will have some control over the system even
      # if the system crashes for example during kernel debugging.
      # Please consult /usr/src/linux/Documentation/sysrq.txt
      # for further information.
      #
      ENABLE_SYSRQ="no"

      #
      # Which device is the modem ? (e.g. "/dev/ttyS1")
      #
      MODEM="YAST_ASK"


      #
      # keyboard repeat rate (2.0 - 30.0)
      # keyboard delay time in ms (250, 500, 750, 1000)
      # (If you want "kbdrate" to be executed, you have to set both of them.)
      #
      KBD_RATE=""
      KBD_DELAY=""

      #
      # NumLock on? ("yes" or "no")
      KBD_NUMLOCK="no"

      #
      # CapsLock on? ("yes" or "no")
      KBD_CAPSLOCK="no"

      #
      # tty's for NumLock and CapsLock
      # example: "tty1 tty2"
      # "" for all tty's
      #
      KBD_TTY="tty1 tty2 tty3 tty4 tty5 tty6"

      #
      # If you want to allow root logins from other machines, set
      ROOT_LOGIN_REMOTE
      # to "yes".
      #
      ROOT_LOGIN_REMOTE="no"

      #
      # SuSEconfig can do some modifications to /etc/inittab. If you don't want
      # this, set CHECK_INITTAB to no. (yes/no)
      #
      CHECK_INITTAB="yes"

      #
      # Here you can set the default Display manager (kdm/xdm/gdm/console).
      # Attention: CHECK_INITTAB has to be set to yes, to activate this feature.
      # If DISPLAYMANAGER is set to console, SuSEconfig will not bother you
      # with a missing XF86Config.
      #
      DISPLAYMANAGER=""

      #
      # CONSOLE_SHUTDOWN determines how ctrl-alt-del is handled.
      # Attention: CHECK_INITTAB has to be set to yes, to activate this feature.
      # (ignore/reboot/halt)
      #
      CONSOLE_SHUTDOWN="reboot"

      #
      # SERIAL_CONSOLE is used to add a serial terminal to inittab and securetty
      # The format is "ttyS0,9600" as used in the kernel commandline.
      #
      SERIAL_CONSOLE=""

      ##
      ## Formating the boot script messages, see /etc/rc.status.
      ## Source /etc/rc.status if rc_done isn't defined
      ##
      test $rc_done= = = -a -e /etc/rc.status && . /etc/rc.status
      #
      # Update groff DESC to get page sizes correct? (yes/no)
      #
      UPDATE_GROFF_CONF="yes"
      #
      # If the correct page size isn't found in your printcap
      # you can set GROFF_PAGESIZE to the following values
      # letter, legal, a4, or b5
      # supported by both groff *and* ghostscript
      #
      GROFF_PAGESIZE=""
      #
      # May SuSEconfig modify your perllocal.pod? (yes/no)
      #
      CREATE_PERLLOCAL_POD="yes"

      #
      # May SuSEconfig run h2ph when kernelsources have changed
      #
      GENERATE_PERL_SYSTEM_INCLUDES="yes"

      #
      # Default loglevel for klogd
      #
      KERNEL_LOGLEVEL="1"

      #
      # if not empty: parameters for syslogd
      # for example SYSLOGD_PARAMS="-r -s my.dom.ain"
      #
      SYSLOGD_PARAMS=""
      #
      # Do you want ide dma mode to be started?
      # Some notes:
      # * If ide dma mode works, depends on your hardware, if you assume
      that you
      # have new, good non-flaky hardware, you can use it.
      # * which ide drives should use dma mode can be set in
      /etc/rc.config.d/idedma.rc.config
      #
      START_IDEDMA="no"
      #
      # Shall the dynamic host configuration (DHCP) client be started?
      # Then you have to configure one or more ethernet interfaces
      # for DHCP configuration. To do this you have to change the IFCONFIG
      # variable for the respective network device, e.g. NETDEV_0="eth0" by
      # setting it to IFCONFIG_0="dhcpclient"
      # The old variable "DHCLIENT" is not needed and no longer supported.
      #

      #
      # some interfaces need time to initialize. Add the latency time in seconds
      # so these can be handled properly
      #
      DHCLIENT_SLEEP="1"

      #
      # Shall the hostname be set by dhclient?
      DHCLIENT_SET_HOSTNAME="no"
      #
      # Start the ssh daemon ? (yes/no)
      #
      START_SSHD="yes"
      #
      # Options for sshd
      #
      SSHD_OPTS=""
      #
      # Load this console font upon bootup:
      #
      CONSOLE_FONT="default8x16.psfu.gz"

      #
      # special magic to switch console
      #
      CONSOLE_MAGIC="(B"

      #
      # Does your console font need a screenmap? Insert it into
      CONSOLE_SCREENMAP.
      #
      CONSOLE_SCREENMAP="none"

      #
      # some fonts/keymap need a unicode map (TRANSLATION in former releases).
      #
      CONSOLE_UNICODEMAP="lat1u.uni"

      #
      # run kde or gnome as default wm
      #
      DEFAULT_WM="kde"

      #
      # The fully qualfied hostname of this computer
      #
      FQHOSTNAME="shrothe.local"

      #
      # Set to "-u" if your system clock is set to GMT, otherwise "".
      #
      GMT=""

      #
      # gpm will be started in runlevel 2 with this parameters
      #
      GPM_PARAM="-t ps2 -m /dev/mouse"

      #
      # The module for initrd during boot
      #
      INITRD_MODULES="aic7xxx 3c90x sk98lin"

      #
      # Keyboard mapping for the text console.
      #
      KEYTABLE="de-latin1-nodeadkeys.map.gz"

      #
      # The language setting for the old YaST
      #
      LANGUAGE="german"

      #
      # The Unix device for the mouse
      #
      MOUSE="/dev/psaux"

      #
      # Space separated list of nameservers that should be used for
      /etc/resolv.conf
      #
      NAMESERVER=""

      #
      # Number of network cards: "_0" for one, "_0 _1 _2 _3" for four cards
      #
      NETCONFIG="_0"

      #
      # Should the NFS server be started on this host? ("yes" or "no")
      #
      NFS_SERVER="yes"

      #
      # The language setting for the old YaST
      #
      RC_LANG="de_DE"

      #
      # Domain searchlist that should be used in /etc/resolv.conf
      #
      SEARCHLIST=""

      #
      # Should gpm be started on this machine? ("yes" or "no")
      #
      START_GPM="no"

      #
      # Start portmap? ("yes" or "no") Needed for nfsserver or NIS
      #
      START_PORTMAP="yes"

      #
      # Start USB module ?
      #
      START_USB="no"

      #
      # The timezone setting
      #
      TIMEZONE="Europe/Berlin"

      #
      # should the kernel based NFS server be started on this host
      #
      USE_KERNEL_NFSD="yes"
      CREATE_HOSTCONF="yes"
      #
      # Shall dynamic host configuration Server DHCP be started? (yes/no)
      #
      START_DHCPD="no"
      #
      # Interface for dynamic host configuration Server DHCP
      #
      DHCPD_INTERFACE="eth0"
      #
      # Shall DHCP relay agent be started? (yes/no)
      #
      START_DHCRELAY="no"
      #
      # DHCP servers to be used by DHCP relay agent
      #
      DHCRELAY_SERVERS="127.0.0.1 127.0.0.2"
      #
      # Should the novell server emulator be started at bootup? (yes/no)
      #
      START_MARSNWE="no"
      #
      # start netatalk? ("yes" or "no")
      # AppleTalk - File- and Printservices
      #
      START_ATALK="no"
      #
      # start samba? ("yes" or "no")
      # Windows 95 / NT - File- and Printservices
      #
      START_SMB="yes"

      START_LPD="yes"

      #
      # translates userid and goupid between server and client
      # ("yes" or "no"). Needs to be started on NFS clients for
      # certain special user-id mappings. This only works, if the
      # user NFS server is running on the server side.
      #
      NFS_SERVER_UGID="no"

      #
      # should imported NFS be reexported? ("yes" or "no")
      #
      REEXPORT_NFS="no"
      #
      # start the inet daemon in multi-user? ("yes" or "no")
      # this is needed, if you have to telnet/rlogin to your own machine.
      # It is also needed for the man page formatter in SuSE Help system
      # and for starting the plp lp daemon.
      #
      START_INETD="yes"

      **********************************************************************
      smb.conf

      ;
      ; /etc/smb.conf
      ;
      ; Copyright (c) 1999 SuSE GmbH Nuernberg, Germany.
      ;
      [global]
      workgroup = rothe
      guest account = nobody
      keep alive = 30
      os level = 2
      kernel oplocks = false
      security = user
      print command = /usr/bin/lpr -r -h -P%p %s

      ; Uncomment the following, if you want to use an existing
      ; NT-Server to authenticate users, but don't forget that
      ; you also have to create them locally!!!
      ; security = server
      ; password server = 192.168.2.10
      ; encrypt passwords = yes
      encrypt passwords = yes

      printing = bsd
      printcap name = /etc/printcap
      load printers = yes

      socket options = TCP_NODELAY

      map to guest = Bad User

      ; Uncomment this, if you want to integrate your server
      ; into an existing net e.g. with NT-WS to prevent nettraffic
      ; local master = no

      ; Please uncomment the following entry and replace the
      ; ip number and netmask with the correct numbers for
      ; your ethernet interface.
      ; interfaces = 192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0

      ; If you want Samba to act as a wins server, please set
      ; 'wins support = yes'
      wins support = yes

      ; If you want Samba to use an existing wins server,
      ; please uncomment the following line and replace
      ; the dummy with the wins server's ip number.
      ; wins server = 192.168.0.1

      ; Do you wan't samba to act as a logon-server for
      ; your windows 95/98 clients, so uncomment the
      ; following:
      ; logon script =%U.bat
      ; domain logons = yes
      ; domain master = yes
      ; [netlogon]
      ; path = /netlogon


      ;[homes]
      ; comment = Heimatverzeichnis
      ; browseable = no
      ; read only = no
      ; create mode = 0750

      [edda]
      comment = Heimatverzeichnis
      browseable = no
      read only = no
      create mode = 0750
      path = /data/wvrothe

      ; The following share gives all users access to the Server's CD drive,
      ; assuming it is mounted under /cd. To enable this share, please remove
      ; the semicolons before the lines
      ;
      ; [cdrom]
      ; comment = Linux CD-ROM
      ; path = /cd
      ; read only = yes
      ; locking = no

      [printers]
      comment = All Printers
      browseable = no
      printable = yes
      public = no
      read only = yes
      create mode = 0700
      directory = /usr/spool/lpd/PS_300dpi-a4-raw/queue

      [data]
      comment = Datenverzeichnis
      browseable = yes
      read only = no
      writeable = yes
      create mode = 0660
      path = /data
      ; force user = admi
      ; force group = root

      [hdd2]
      comment = Datenverzeichnis HDD 2
      browseable = yes
      read only = no
      writeable = yes
      create mode = 0660
      path = /hdd2
      ; force user = admi
      ; force group = root

      [common]
      comment = Datenverzeichnis HDD 2
      browseable = yes
      read only = no
      writeable = yes
      path = /data/common
      ; force user = admi
      ; force group = root

      [vol1]
      comment = Daten shrothe vol1
      browseable = yes
      read only = no
      writeable = yes
      create mode = 0660
      path = /data/shrothe/vol1
      ; force group = root
      ; force group = root
      [vol2]
      comment = Daten shrothe vol2
      browseable = yes
      read only = no
      writeable = yes
      create mode = 0660
      path = /data/shrothe/vol2
      ; force user = admi
      ; force group = root
      [vol3]
      comment = Daten shrothe sys
      browseable = yes
      read only = no
      writeable = yes
      create mode = 0660
      path = /data/shrothe/vol3
      ; force user = admi
      [sys]
      comment = Daten shrothe sys
      browseable = yes
      read only = no
      writeable = yes
      create mode = 0660
      path = /data/shrothe/sys
      ; force user = admi
      ; force group = root
      [rudolf]
      comment = Daten Rudolf (common)
      browseable = yes
      read only = no
      writeable = yes
      create mode = 0660
      path = /data/common/rudolf
      ; force user = admi
      ; force group = root
      [verlag]
      comment = Daten Verlag
      browseable = yes
      read only = no
      writeable = yes
      create mode = 0660
      path = /data/verlag
      ; force user = admi
      ; force group = root
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