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Re: how do I kill samba?

> .. ok, so if I comment out the smbd and nmbd lines in inetd.conf, how do I
> stop using port 139? - If I run smbd it says that port 139 is already in
> use.

Port 139 is the netbios port (check your /etc/services file if you want to
see), which probably means you already have a nmbd process running which
you need to kill.

If you don't want any of these things and aren't too comfortable with how
it all works just remove samba and reboot:

eg (as root):

dpkg --purge samba

And that will get rid of all samba related stuff.


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