[Bug 1704706] Re: Installation and removal repeatedly fail

Andreas Hasenack andreas at canonical.com
Tue Jul 18 18:23:14 UTC 2017


You tried to start samba as a normal user (the "$" sign in your command
prompt tells me that). That's not how it works.

To stop the samba services, use:

sudo systemctl stop smbd.service nmbd.service

(it's two services in non-AD mode)

To start the samba services, use:

sudo systemctl start smbd.service nmbd.service


If you get errors after the start command, do a status:

sudo systemctl status smbd.service nmbd.service

Them run testparm:

sudo testparm

If the services didn't start, and there are no errors reported by
testparm, then please attach the /var/log/samba/log* files to this bug.

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