I'd like to start to work with the samba extension to share a printer/scanner/fax with Windows PC's.
Due to resource constraints, I'd rather use the extension in unc format - the trouble is that /etc/smb.conf is ro if I make the conversion dsl2unc.
Apart from making /etc/smb.conf a symlink to another file in /etc, is there a better way to do this?Why not link to the existing /opt/samba/smb.conf ?And make sure your unc does not mount to /opt/samba, or you'll be scratching your head about that one =o)
And make sure your unc does not mount to /opt/samba, or you'll be scratching your head about that one
Therein lies the issue - using dsl2unc on samba.dsl produces a unc that mounts to /opt/samba.
Why not link to the existing /opt/samba/smb.conf ?
- aah, you mean the file already exists in the base DSL? I was wondering why I got a strange backup message /opt/samba/smb.conf : file already exists...If the naming of the /opt/<extension name> is the same as when loading uci's, try renaming your file.Next Page...