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Old 03-15-2004, 10:54 AM   #1
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installing samba redhat 9

Hello I recently figured out how to install redhat 9 on my computer (thanks to this forum), but I selected to install the developers version or whatever instead of the server version and samba wasn't installed. (I don't think it was, cause I can't find the smb.conf file). How can I install this now? I am just trying to figure out how to use Samba as I intend to create a fileserver for our office, nothing spectacular, just space to save files available on each computer. We currently use Novell Netware and I really don't like it..its very old.


Can't figure out how to delete thread, so I will answer my own thread. It was under System Settings => Add Remove Applications.. go figure.

Sorry I'm a spaz.


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