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Re: Starting Samba on Fedora 2



On Oct 3, 2004 at 00:38, Paul C D Dann in a soothing rage wrote:
[...]
>When logged on as rootwhen logged on as root,  there was no "man service" 
>file, but the service command  worked . Having used chkdsk, Samba started on 
>reboot so I no longer had a problem.
There is a difference between 'su -', which gives you root's full 
environment, and 'su', which gives you some of root's priviledges.

N.Emile...
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