Joined: May 2007
||Posted: Nov. 04 2007,14:00
I did a frugal install of DSL 4.0 yesterday, and installed the samba.dsl mydsl extension.
1)from an end user perspective (newbie here), I'd say that the new smb.conf file is less user friendly than the one included with DSL 3.4. Is there a reason for the change?
2)testparm doesn't work anymore; was it removed from DSL?
And now I also have another problems:
a)my /dev/hda3 automatically mounts somewhere, while previously with 3.4 I had to mount it manually in /opt/bootlocal.sh What's the reason for that change?
b)the samba share is readable from my other network PC, but not writeable; while it worked with DSL 3.4 previously. I'm fairly sure it's not a smb.conf problem, but a rights problem. Could it come from problem a) above? Who should be the owner of the shared folder?
Thanks for your help!