I did not find a location to untick the samba service.(Desktop>System Settings>Services -There is no path like this)But what i did was , i removed the startup program which would mount the windows partition , so the 'smb mount' command did not come into picture. I then pressed Alt+Crtl+F1 to then logged in as root and typed the ' shutdown -h 1 ' command which shut down my system.
But when i logged in again i got the same wiered login screen having a tiltle as "Simply linux" haviing a grey background color.The Xconsole error also came up with this messages
" linux syslog-ng: Changing permissions on special file /dev/tty10 "
" linux ifup: No configuration for sit0 "
" linux kernel: ip6_tables
C) 2000-2002 Netfilter core team"
" linux mDNSResponder: Duplicate registration of DNS for domain"
" linux kernel: mttr: 0xc0000000,0x10000000 overlaps existing 0xc0000000,0x40000000 console log for linux"
However if i run the 'smb mount' command to mount my windows partition,then i geat one more message in the Xconsole as
" linux : kernel : smbfs : unsupported module,tainting kernel "
This is the whole problem going on now.
What else can i do now ?