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RE: Debian & SAMBA

Number one, get rid of the virus.

Number 2, samba exists for Debian.

"apt-get install samba" would be a good start on an existing Debian box;
otherwise select it during the "dselect" part of your initial installation.


On 27-Jan-2000 drankin@fibichandgarth.com wrote:
> I am going to set up a debian linux box and I want to run the samba
> server.  Obviously I have not done it yet, thus the question.  I have
> searched in vain, via Samba.org, for Debian specific builds of Samba.  I
> think this simply tells me that I have to build my own distribution from
> source code once I have Debian Linux up and running.  If anyone knows
> where I can find documentation that will get me through this process, OR
> IF I AM COMPLETELY OUT IN LEFT FIELD in what I am planning to do, any
> "pearls of wisdom" you may have will be greatly appreciated.
> drankin@txucom.net
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E-Mail: Paul Kallstrom <paul@softracamerica.com>
Date: 27-Jan-2000
Time: 19:47:14

Debian Linux & XFMail
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