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Subject: Fwd: Re: Problem mit Samba
From: Michael Purkart
Date: 22 Mar 2000 20:56:05 -0000



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Subject: Re: Problem mit Samba
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2000 21:06:47 +0100
From: Michael Purkart <merlin97@gmx.de>



># KDE Config File

veruch's doch mal mit SWAT

>[global]
>socket options=TCP_NODELAY
>log file=/var/log/samba/log.%m
>deadtime=2
>;  short preserve case=no
>;  case sensitive=no
>keep alive=4
>;   include=/etc/smb.conf.%m
>;   os level=33
>status=no
>;  passwd program=/usr/bin/passwd %u
>;   logon path=\%L\Profiles\%U
>server string=Samba Server
>;  preserve case=no
>dns proxy=no
>;  password level=8
>;   wins server=w.x.y.z
>; name resolve order=wins lmhosts bcast
>;   remote browse sync=192.168.3.25 192.168.5.255
>;   domain master=yes
>;   preferred master=yes
>;   logon script=%U.bat
>;   logon script=%m.bat
>;   domain logons=yes
>;  encrypt passwords=yes

bei win 89 und NT4.0 ab SP3 nuß dieser Parameter aktiv sein 

>read raw=no
>wins support=yes
>;  smb passwd file=/etc/smbpasswd
>;  guest account=pcguest
>;   local master=no
>workgroup=homenet
>;  passwd chat=*New*UNIX*password* %n
>security=SERVER

hast Du noch einen anderen Server (NT/PDC) im Netz, besser ist 'security=user"

>local master=no
>;  username level=8
>max log size=1099
>;  username map=/etc/smbusers
>printing=bsd
>wins support=yes
>lm announce=no
>;  default case=lower
>;   domain controller=<NT-Domain-Controller-SMBName>
>;   password server=<NT-Server-Name>
>;   remote announce=192.168.1.255 192.168.2.44
>;   hosts allow=192.168.1. 192.168.2. 127.
>domain master=yes

hier verwalte Samba deine Browserliste 

>;   interfaces=192.168.12.2/24 192.168.13.2/24 

wenn du diese Zeile aktivierst nußt du lo (127.0.0.1) eintragen, da die
Paßwörter über das Netzwerk abgefragt werden!!

>;   wins proxy=yes
>;  unix password sync=Yes
>[homes]
>default case=lower
>service type=fileservice
>;   guest only=yes
>;   writable=no
>case sensitive=no
>public=yes
>guest ok=yes
>comment=Home Directories
>;   path=/home/netlogon
>mangle case=no
>;   guest ok=yes
>path=/home
>;    path=/home/profiles
>writable=yes
>;   browseable=no
>;   share modes=no
>;   comment=Network Logon Service
>writeable=yes
>[home1]
>default case=lower
>service type=fileservice
>guest ok=yes
>;   guest only=yes
>case sensitive=no
>mangle case=no
>;   only user=yes
>path=/home1
>;   valid users=
>writeable=yes
>[printers]
>;   public=no
>;   public=yes
>;   public=no
>;   public=no
>;   public=yes
>;   public=yes
>;   valid users=mary fred
>;   valid users=fred
>;   valid users=fred
>service type=printservice
>;   create mask=0765
>guest ok=yes
>;   writable=yes
>;   writable=yes
>;   writable=yes
>;   writable=no
>;   writable=yes
>;   writable=yes
>;   write list=@staff
>printable=yes
>;   printer=freds_printer
>browseable=yes
>;   read only=no
>comment=All Printers
>;   path=/usr/somewhere/shared
>;   path=/usr/somewhere/else/public
>;   path=/usr/somewhere/private
>;   path=/homes/fred
>;   path=/home/samba
>;   path=/tmp
>;  path=/usr/pc/%m
>;   printable=no
>;   printable=no
>;  public=no
>;  comment=PC Directories
>;   printable=no
>;   printable=yes
>;   printable=no
>writable=no
>path=/var/spool/samba
>;   only guest=yes
>;   comment=Mary's and Fred's stuff
>;   comment=Fred's Service
>;   comment=Fred's Printer
>;   comment=Public Stuff
>;   comment=Temporary file space

!! egal wer auch immer sich mit Deinem Server verbindet (z.B. pclinux ) er
braucht auch die Dateirechte von Linux !!
oder Du gibst in deiner Freigabe 'admin users = pclinux' an
	!! Vorsicht pclinux bekommt hier root-Rechte !!

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------- Michael Purkart -------- merlin97@gmx.net ------


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------- Michael Purkart -------- merlin97@gmx.net ------