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Old 04-08-2006, 01:54 AM   #1
Andrus
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fedora 5, samba and samba console


hey everyone, i tried to setup a samba server with fedora core 5,
i ran the add/remove software program, and got openldap 2.3 and openldap server, then i got the smbldap tools from the same repository, but for samba console i downloaded the fedora core 3 rpm cause thats all i could find on source forge, ive run the services manager and made sure smb and slapd are running, but i cant find this IMC samba console,

can anyone tell me where it is, and is there any editing of conf files for samba console required after i ran the rpm to install it, the IMC site seems to have lost their guides for installing it, the links go in circles.
 
  


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