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amaze 08-07-2003 11:21 AM

Anyone gurus offering there services for contract work? (samba config)
 
Hi,

I have tried lots of avenues to get my solution working but I have failed as I am new to the Linux world.

I am looking for someone to help me fix my configuration issues out on a server I own in the UK.

I won't be able to pay HUGE amounts (as I am a one man band) but I will pay (via PayPal or some other form?) for there time, the cost per hour is negotiable. :)

My issues revolve around samba\smbclient so it would be essential you have knowledge in that area.

Please get in touch for more information.

My email address is amaze@cend.net

Regards

Oliver Cookson

sickboylives 08-07-2003 11:26 AM

Eh, nevermind paying me for it. I'll tackle it for free; that's within the Tao of Linux.

Tell me some things: What are the OS's trying to connect to the Linux machine? Can you post a copy of your smb.conf file? Did you run smbpasswd -a (username)?

unSpawn 08-07-2003 02:37 PM

Amaze, asking for payed advice is frowned upon on this site for some obvious reasons. Please refrain from doing so. If this question is wrt http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...threadid=79224
then you should have "promoted" your question bumping it and supplying info asked for.

amaze 08-07-2003 03:03 PM

unspawn: I'm sorry I just am seriously stuck and would be prepared to pay a small fee for someone to help me from start to finish with my installation. I will refrain from doing that in the future.

Though can I point out I didn't post the above message to "promote" my message.

Sorry again. :)

sickboylives: Thanks for the reply. I will answer your questions in the following thread rather than cross-posting:

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...threadid=79224

Thanks again. Oliver.


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