Samba Configuration tool broken
michael at weblore.com
Tue Nov 14 17:42:44 UTC 2006
Richard Johnson wrote:
> On Tuesday 14 November 2006 10:46, Michael Satterwhite wrote:
>> I opened the KDE Samba configuration tool and found that it is broken.
>> The text at the top says to press the "Administrative Mode" button. That
>> makes sense ... EXCEPT THAT THERE IS NO ADMINISTRATIVE MODE BUTTON
>> ANYWHERE! I expanded the page full screen, I retracted the panel, the
>> button doesn't exist.
>> Can anyone offer any help; I need to get Samba running under Edgy, but
>> the development team has released the configuration tool in a useless
> Try "Alt+i" and see if that opens the administration login. Also, if you press
> and hold the Alt key and then left click the mous and drag the window up, you
> still don't see an Administration button? This is on oddity w/o a doubt. I
> can edit Samba and everything right here in KControl w/o any problems, unless
> there is another Samba config tool somewhere else. I usually just edit
> my /etc/samba/smb.conf file, so I am kind of dumb to the graphical
> configuration for it.
Alt+i does nothing, but by using the alt key + drag, I was able to go
down far enough that I could see the administrative mode button; thanks.
Considering there is a lot of unused real estate at the bottom of the
screen, it's silly to require us to do that, but it's the least of my
problems with kubuntu 6.10.
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