RE: [SLE] SuSE 9.0 Personal and Exchange 5.5
From: Ben Higginbottom (ben_at_centralmanclc.com)
To: "'''firstname.lastname@example.org' ' '" <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2003 13:23:10 -0000
>And how do I configure Samba? Is it a part of YaST that can be
>configured in a GUI, or do I have to install something extra that is not >a
part of the "SuSE 9.0 Personal Edition"? Just got confused here. On one
>hand, the websote SuSE.com talks about 9.0 in general stating that:
Well I've only ever used the pro editions, but there is now samba setup
through yast, although personally I just edit the file \etc\samba\smb.conf
and then use either KDE's intergrated smb browser or LinNeighborhood.
>And on the other hand the box wih "SuSE Linux 9.0 Personal" says that
>"Sambas client and configuration module" is something included in the
>"Professionel Edition", and not in the "Personal Edition" (the
>check-list obn the side of the box).
I cant imagine them not including smbclient in the personal edition, it may
not be part of the base installation however. Check unddr Yast.
>I am confused here.
>What to believe?
Remember if it isnt there that you can download it from suse's ftp site free
of charge, theres plenty of documentation on samba.org and if you need help
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