Bug#38413: marked as done ((fwd) Re: DHCP and Samba)
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Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 08:56:37 -0400
From: "Eloy A. Paris" <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Subject: (fwd) Re: DHCP and Samba
I am the maintainer of the Samba packages for Debian and just found
this message you sent to debian-user.
In the past I have had the need to restart either nmbd or smbd but
not both. I think it is a good idea to add a couple of extra options
to /etc/init.d/samba: restart-nmbd and restart-smbd.
I'll try to add this new feature to the next version.
-- forwarded message --
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Jiri Baum)
Subject: Re: DHCP and Samba
Date: 27 May 1999 07:35:32 -0400
Jens B. Jorgensen:
> When nmbd starts it figures out what IP address you're sitting on and
> then goes about the business of staking your claim to that name. It will
> *never* go back (not, at least, in the current version and I don't ever
> expect it to) and see if your IP address has changed.
To re-start nmbd, you can run
(That will also re-start smbd.)
We'll know the future has arrived when every mailer transparently
quotes lines that begin with "From ", but no-one remembers why.
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