Re: restarting a service
> In Redhat, I would: /etc/rc.d/init.d/smb restart
> to restart a service.
> How do I do that with Debian?
this will start/stop/reload/restart samba services if samba has to
be started as daemon (-D param for /usr/sbin/smbd and /usr/sbin/nmbd).
Otherwise, samba will be started on demand (inetd).
Take a look at /usr/sbin/sambaconfig.
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