Hi, I've done a search on this and I can't find it having been addressed previously so I'm gonna ask.
First, I'm pretty much a n00b. I've been dinking around with various distros for about a year, but not really done a lot of hard-core learning.
My situation is that I found an "Unoffical Samba HOW-TO" on-line. I was attempting to follow these instructions (which appeared to be working fairly well) when I essentially got kicked out of the 'make install' process with a message that my partition was full. I checked /usr with du and sure enough, it was full. I had originally partitioned that filesystem to be approx. 1GB, thinking this was enough. Questioning some folks around here, I hear that it should be plenty for what I want to do.
Prior to this, I would just re-install the entire OS, making the partition larger to accommodate. But I don't think that's either a good or effective solution in this case. What I want to do is remove the "bad" make of Samba 3.0.0 and attempt to do it again. I have tried 'make uninstall' but there are apparently no rules to do that with this version of Samba so it won't go, either. I really don't want to do the cheesy thing of copping out and reinstalling the OS and using the default (non-Active Directory-compatible) version of Samba that comes with it.
Okay, I've rambled long enough that I've confused myself on this. I think. So, if you have an answer or solution, please reply. If you MAY have an answer or solution, but need more info, please ask and I'll try to help you help me.