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Old 12-12-2002, 02:25 AM   #1
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setup a samba server with dhcp


I am new with Unix

I am useing SuSE8.1 and i am trying to setup a samba server for my work.

I have allready installed SuSE and the Samba server and configured the smb.conf and the dhcpd.conf file

If you want to logon with a win98 client the users must exist in Linux and in Samba i` ve allready don it.

I think it must work now but when i trying to logon everytime the win98 client can`t find a domain name server.

I have tried a lot of things but nothing works,
I am maybe a lake but i want to make it work and i won`t give up

so can you help me click on the Button and write your comments

Old 12-12-2002, 07:55 AM   #2
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EVERYTHING is working fine

and the most funny thing is i did it by my self

sometimes i feel good sometimes i am good

but now i am the best

that was just joking

| i`m to good for that


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