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RE: samba Passwords

	I have always found SWAT (Samba Web Administration Tool) to be very
handy when it comes to managing your smb.conf and smbpasswd. Give it a



	My apologies to the person who coined this but I LIKE IT...

	Where do you want to go today?
	Far, far away from Redmond.
	Dead fish go with the flow of the river.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Jay Kelly [SMTP:neutec@debiandomain.com]
> Sent:	Saturday, July 08, 2000 7:39 AM
> To:	debian-user@lists.debian.org
> Subject:	samba Passwords
> Hello Group,
> Well thanks to the list I got Samba working for the most part.
> It seems I didnt have the smb.conf configured right. I have a shared 
> directory that I can access fine but when I try to access the
> /home/user directory I am promt for a password. I then enter
> the password but it fails. I looked in the smbpasswd file but its
> empty. So I tried "smbpasswd neutec" but after entering the pass I
> receive an error that it failed to add it. So my first question is
> how to add new users to Samba ? And I read somewhere that if I want to
> share a CD-Rom I will need to add something to the fstab file. What
> do I need to add there ? I cant find the man page on this. And for
> my last question, Does anyone know where I can get some info on
> setting up Samba as a Domain Controller?
> Thanks again guys for all your help.
> Its been great!!!!
> Jay
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