[Bug 572410] Re: [SRU] nmbd doesn't start because of missing testparm
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Fri Sep 3 05:20:17 BST 2010
after 2 hours of experiences, i have to say that the problem really
isn't samba - 2:3.4.7~dfsg-1ubuntu3.1, or even samba-common-bin. those
really are working. the problem is that clients (either another linux or
win) can't log in until upstart finishes up nmbd and smbd. and the
problem is not with the capabilites of the hardware. it's more than
enough 4 what it is supposed to do. it's a bad start 4 upstart.
now it's explained why personal file sharing is requesting apache to
run. smbd didn't have this kind of problems with sysv, and it seems that
ubuntu is going the win way, adopting buggy revolutionary technology.
it took me over 4 hours to be able to make a share in ubuntu 10.04 lts
and be able to see it in both win and lin clients. such task is supposed
to take 5 minutes.
[SRU] nmbd doesn't start because of missing testparm
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