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Authored by: BraindeadMac on Sep 06, '02 12:33:56PM

I just tried this on a fresh installation of OS X 10.2 to double check it----it works perfectly well. So you've altered one, or more, of the files involved here.

First of all, make sure you disabled the daemon call from inetd by deleting it's entry in /etc/inetd.conf. Then restart inetd.

Second, make sure you are using a good /etc/smb.conf. The process will start up perfectly using the /etc/smb.conf.template file (although you won't have much in the way of service!).



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