Faith-leaping in moving onto new server (Typing "emerge -U world" is an act of trust for one violated...)
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I'm back to the point where I can trust Gentoo again. I was burned badly by that whole "setting -march and building world turns the entire machine to chutney" thing. Still, just an hour or so ago I once again made the leap of faith and emerged the world for the new server.
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Mike Fletcher on 09/14/2004 11:41 a.m. #
Two things seemed to fix those samba problems: <br />
1) run smbpasswd -a username <br />
2) use fully-specified network masks for the hosts allow (i.e. 192.168.2.0/255.255.255.0)<br />
It's almost there, I'm even using [homes] to automatically create shares for the directories, and it works for my machine & login, but not for Rosey's :( . Oh well.<br />
Machine is still doing the emerge from last night, about 22 more packages to go, including most of KDE, GTK+, Firefox, and a few other big ones (yes, they're necessary, this is the backup desktop, remember).<br />
Kinda weird being able to work while Gentoo compiles KDE in the background, very different than the "wait for everything to finish so I can reboot to Windows and get back to it" effect when converting the desktop.
Mike Fletcher on 09/03/2007 9:36 a.m. #
It's a "server message block" (SMB) server for Linux. SMB is the protocol that Microsoft (Windows) clients and servers use for file and printer sharing.