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I'm trying to get samba working on Redhat 7.2 and having no luck (three days and nothing). I have set samba up in Mandrake using SWAT but I can't get SWAT working on Redhat 7.2. What would be of great help would be if I could see a working Redhat 7.2 smb.conf file. I've looked at the smb.conf man page and searched the Internet with no luck. I saved a copy of my smb.conf before I started editing so I do have a fresh smb.conf file. I can't even get the workgroup and computer name to show in Network Places.
When I do a "rpm -qa | grep samba" I ger:
[root@localhost kenny]# rpm -qa | grep samba
Does this mean SWAT is install? And if so how do I access it?