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Re[2]: Problem with Samba



Hie LorD,


Wednesday, January 19, 2005, 10:50:01 AM, you wrote:

> Thank you, It's work.  :-)

> Ed Greshko wrote:

>>
>>
>> LorD of jUmP wrote:
>>
>>> Thanks a lot, but can you tell me how to disable samba of vmware or
>>> any links I can read.
>>
>>
>> Going OT here.....
>>
>> Run vmware-config.pl as root ....  I'm sure one of the questions asked
>> has to do with samba configuration.
>> It may be under the "hostonly" network settings.
>>
>> http://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/   is a nice resource.  :-)
>>
>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> LorD of jUmP wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>    I'm using RedHat ES3. I wanna set up this machine to be file 
>>>>> server. The problem is when I run samba daemon, there was an error
>>>>>
>>>>> Shutting down SMB services: [FAILED]
>>>>> Shutting down NMB services: [OK]
>>>>> Starting SMB services: [OK]
>>>>> Starting NMB services: [OK]
>>>>>
>>>>> (using command - "service smb restart")
>>>>>
>>>>>    When I use "service smb status" command it said
>>>>>
>>>>> smbd dead but pid file exists
>>>>> nmbd (pid 4787) is running...
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>    I also have VMware installed. According to manual page of VMware
>>>>> they said
>>>>>
>>>>> This system appears to have a CIFS/SMB server (Samba) configured
>>>>> for normal use.
>>>>> If this server is intended to run, you need to make sure that it
>>>>> will not
>>>>> conflict with the Samba server setup on the private network (the
>>>>> one that we use
>>>>> to share the host's filesystem).  Please check your 
>>>>> /etc/samba/smb.conf file so
>>>>> that:
>>>>>
>>>>> .  The "interfaces" line does not contain "172.16.75.1/255.255.255.0"
>>>>> .  There is a "socket address" line that contains only your real
>>>>> host IP address
>>>>>
>>>>>    I try to config smb.conf but it isn't seem to work. Does anyone
>>>>> encountered this problem before? Help me please.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Probably your VMware installed instance of samba is conflicting with
>>>> the RH installed instance.
>>>>
>>>> I run VMware here and have always disabled its instance of samba.
>>>> Running only the RH supplied samba
>>>> sufficient to service VMware guest systems.
>>>>
>>>> So, I'm suggesting you reconfigure VMware not to start its version
>>>> of samba.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>

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