SUSE :: Use To Start Or Stop Samba Service In Suse10?
Aug 15, 2010
Which command i need to use to start or stop samba service in suse10? I tried rcsmbd start , ./smbd start , /etc/rc.d/init.d/smbd start and no result. And the second question . How i need to connect to samba server from windows7 ? Are there any samba client programs or i must connect from cmd ?
I have installed squid 2.7 in my red hat Linux box.I need some guidance regarding to start and stop squid service. Normally when squid configuration file is n /etc/squid/squid.conf and we want to start the service we use # service squid startand to stop the service we use# service squid stopNow squid is inCode:# /usr/local/squid/etc/squid.confhere the default # service squid start and # service squid stop does not work.
I need a services viewer/start/stopper for slack 13.Htop is OK but want a easier-to-use GUI like in Gnome,etc.However, I am using JWM and so need an app that is not too heavily connected to a desktop like KDE/Gnome.
I am using debian squeeze server with asterisk 1.6 installed and configured.my problem is non root users need to access the server using ssh and restart asterisk server after making changes in asterisk configuration files.As of now i am giving root username/password for this process (i know it is not at all a good idea) .now how can i create a username and configure it which can only access and modify asterisk configuration files and restart asterisk server without any other privileges.
I used samba on FedoraCore2 before...and now i cannot config the same on FC10. I cannot start the service smb ( /etc/init.d/smb restart or service smb restart ) those commands dont work. How can i do to config samba service.
I've been trying to install samba the last couple days, every time I do apt-get install samba it says that its the latest version but there's no samba folder in /etc/ and when I try /etc/init.d/samba start (or stop or restart) I get no such file or directory errors.
I've tried apt-get --purge remove samba to remove it and then reinstall but it does nothing and after the reinstall I'm still left with the above problem.
I have a GUI for Samba already as it most likely installed, the problem is I don't have a shared folder in admin menu. I have told samba what folder to share and what user to have access to it. As well I have looked at the config file to make sure what was in the gui printed into the config file. However I cannot start, stop, restart samba via command line. I will try config package and hopefully that drops down everything,
sudo service smbd restart unrecognized service, nmbd same thing. Now it is installed, but has no script file or the script file is not in the init.d folder like it should be still trying to figure I have come to the conclusion that the daemons are not installed and am trying to figure out what those script files look like or a way to import them off a ftp, however no luck with google so far. But the scripts files don't exist on my box. how do you install samba daemons when it says samba is already installed.
How do I give permission to a logged in user to stop/start a specific service without entering a root/sudo password? So they can do a simple "service SomeService stop|start" It is for a headless Ubuntu server.
I used init 0 to make server shutdown,and replaced the power cord when I boot the server,it can't enter the GUI then I used init 5 and get the following message
Could not start the X server (your graphical environment)due to some internal error. contact your system administrator or check your syslog to diagnose. In the meantime this display will be disabled. Please restart GDM when the problem is corrected.
whats the difference between restarting/stopping apache using 'service httpd restart/stop' and apachectl restart/stop. I know that using 'service httpd restart' is actually a script in /etc/init.d/httpd but what about apachectl?
OK... I tried everything i could think of... but i still cannot get my Open SUSE 11.1 to mount my samba share at boot! I still don't understand the 11.1 boot sequence. can NE one help me... tell me what files to give you output from... Ty guys P.S. My shares originate from a Windows Server 2003 RC2 machine, and it's dns server doesn't work correctly... so my mount command is
mount -t //192.168.x.x/files/ /nET/ -o username=linux,password=xxxxxx please let me know what other info you need... I don't have the internet, so it will be tommorow b4 i see this again!!! Thanks
I am trying to give access to ONE single user to start and shutdown tomcat server. The problem being, when I enter syntax: username ALL= /etc/init.d/tomcat5, /usr/local/tomcat/webapps, PASSWD:ALL This gives the user access to start and stop tomcat but also gives user access to start and stop other services within /etc/init.d - such as httpd etc... What is the proper way to give user access to start and stop service, and limiting that power to only one service....
clafiry what this means? It is in my secure log file: xinetd: START: smtp pid=6574 from=xx.xx.xx.xx xinetd: START: ftp pid=6465 from=xx.xx.xx.xxThey are repeated in my secure log hundreds of times, one every second or so.Also how can I stop my ftp and smtp service? Tried the usuals:service ftpd stop/etc/init.d/proftpd stopIt's a Fedora server.
I have setup a backup system on a NFS Server, and everything is working fine.Then, I decided to make changes to my backup script, and accidentally, I turned off both the NFS Server and Client without unmounting first.The NFS Server is working fine, but the client is having a problem. I cannot shutdown the nfs service. Here is what I get when I type "service nfs restart":
Shutting down NFS mountd: [ OK ] Shutting down NFS daemon: [ OK ] Shutting down NFS quotas: [ OK ]
I been trying to install the Nvidia driver for my recently installed centos desktop but I could not find the services that I can stop. I have a gnome. did try gdm, xdgm etc etc but no luck how do I stop the x server service ? so that I can install the driver.
I am new in configuring named.I want to set my firewall (Fedora 11) as a name server. The local domain is a Windows domain. I'd like internal users translate domain name into IP on this server when they go to the internet. After reading some posts on the web, I set up named as below. It seems the named does the job but with some problems.
1) When I start the server, I couldn't find the named process even if the file "named" is in /etc/init.d. I can browse Internet on the server with domain name (DNS works locally). But internal users couldn't get the domain name translated. If I shutdown the server at this stage, it will shutdown within 1 minute.
2) If I run "service named start" after the server boot up, I see process "named" and named work okay. Both internal user and local host can browse Internet with domain name. However, any command starting with "service named" has no response after this, such as "service named status" or "service named stop". I can see it shows "stopping named" and this last forever. I have to kill the process then restart named server so that named may run again.
3) If I shutdown the server now, it will take 4-5 minute instead of 1 minute in 1). The shutdown stuck at "shutdown named" for 4 minutes. Even if I kill process named before the shutdown, it will take 4-5 minutes.
It took me a week on this issue. I appreciate if you could take a look my configure files and guide me through this.
I am a Linux newbie using Oracle Enterprise Linux version 4 update 7 (its almost similar to Redhat Linux). While going through tutorials, I tried to configure the DCHP service and set it to start after every boot via the command
chkconfig dhcpd on
When I boot my Linux,the OS hangs when it tries to start the dhcpd service.Thus,I cannot log into my Linux and shutdown the service. How can I go around this and shutdown the DHCP service to enable my Linux to fully load after a boot?
I am new to Linux and wow, it did not take me long to run into a huge snag. I am running Suse Linux Enterprise 10 on a laptop and by some strange reason the computer froze from overheating and I was forced to shutdown improperly. Once I restarted it booted right to the command prompt when it usually instead boots to the default user. I managed to get gnome running using the "startx gnome" command. But when gnome loads, none of my normal extentions load like my wireless driver, the sound driver, etc. how to restore gnome to automatically load the default user on start up or fix any other damage I might have done? lol