On Fri, 9 May 2008 16:40:01 +0200 (CEST)
Wojciech Puchar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> smbclient connects to any SMB server (be it Windows or unix or
> whatever) and perform fetch, upload and other operations from command
> line.
> it's good to:
> testing your samba setup (if you need)
> fetching/uploading files to windoze from unix, if windoze has folder 
> sharing enabled.
> if you need file server for use with windoze - configure smb.conf
> properly and run samba with
> smbd_enable="YES"
> nmbd_enable="YES"
> in /etc/rc.conf
> and then by
> /usr/local/etc/rc.d/samba start (or stop/restart)

You only need: samba_enable="YES" in the /etc/rc.conf file to make
samba start automatically upon reboot, or even if it is started
manually for that matter.

If you need 'windbindd, that is enabled separately.

If you need shares mounted automatically, you can put them in
the /etc/fstab file. See the Samba documentation or subscribe to the
Samba list.


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