Subject: Samba config files
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Kimmo Suominen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/09/1998 18:28:29
I wanted to make a note of this change here as well (don't know if all
of you read source-changes or not).
The configuration files for Samba are really machine specific and IMHO
cannot go into /usr/pkg. I don't have all the same shares available
on all hosts (although I could use an include in smb.conf).
The password file is even more of a problem -- not all machines have
the same set of users.
I've modified the net/samba package to allow setting the ETC directory
and the PRIVATE directory (password file). I've defaulted them to
/etc/samba and /etc/samba/private respectively.
| Module Name: pkgsrc
| Committed By: kim
| Date: Sun Aug 9 16:14:08 UTC 1998
| Modified Files:
| pkgsrc/net/samba: Makefile
| pkgsrc/net/samba/patches: patch-aa
| Log Message:
| The password file for samba cannot generally be share between machines,
| so place it in /etc/samba/private. Other machine dependent files (e.g.
| the printer defs) go now into /etc/samba by default.