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Software News   Software News : AmigaSamba available for download
   posted by hnl_dk on 4-Jan-2005 14:58:29 (3645 reads)
AmigaSamba is available for download at AmigaOS.dk.

Find the files in the downloads module.

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Re: AmigaSamba available for download
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Ok, now you need to teach me step by step how to configure it


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Re: AmigaSamba available for download
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yay!!! way to go!!


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great...and here is 68k version...yupii!!


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call me thick if you will but why is there 2 versions being maintained? 2.2.5 and 2.0.7...


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opps sorry i missed the button and reported previous comment... really sorry

and now the question
Where is the 2.2.12 ?

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Long story, glad that you asked Version 2.0.7 was the last "complete" version I managed to make work when I ported Samba to the Amiga using SAS/C. So I definitely knew that it worked, and worked well. When I later tried to port 2.2.5 I realized that the only way to make that work would be to write a complete 'C' runtime environment rather than to resort to the bag of tricks I employed to get the 2.0.7 port off the ground. Now, over the course of two years I had a very hard time to make the 2.2.5 port shed its bugs. The problems being entirely in the 'C' runtime library code, only that I didn't realize it, or wanted to realize it. So at one point I thought that well, what if the problem is really the 2.2.5 code and not the runtime library? So I switched back to the 2.0.7 code which I knew worked well, hoping to find the defects in the library a little easier.

Now, two years later, I thought that it would be a waste not to release all the results of that effort. Also, the 2.0.7 port's binaries are markedly smaller than the 2.2.5 binaries. And that can make quite a difference.

Does that answer your question?

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Ikir,

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Ok, now you need to teach me step by step how to configure it


go to the A1 forums here, AmigaOne OS4\OS4 guide for Samba. Message #2 by jacken has a good, brief set of ddirections for setting up Roadshow.

So far, though, I haven't been able to succesfully do anything more than ping to the Windoze boxes on the network here.

Tango was really nice on my 4000 for providing visual access to all shares on the lan. But it brings on the Grim Reaper now.

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I've installed but I cannot work out how to configure to roadshow, have I missed instructions, or am I barking up the wrong tree?


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Well, it works on my machine...sort of. I use the OS4 version. The nmbd in 2.2.5 crashes with "out of memory" (I use "wait")...it looks it eats up memory. 2.0.7-OS4 works fine, though. It's pretty fast, IMO.
The install doc for OS4/Roadshow is missing, but you should be able to figure it out with the Genesis/TCP guidelines. Simply copy all files from the install into the work:samba dir, and set up the services (check the doc for details!). Use swat to set up your shares. (use "http://localhost:901", root, no pwd). Ibrowse's pretty nice doing this! You can even do it remove from your winbox.
BTW: Anybody knows, if there is new(er) version of smb-handler somewhere ?


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@ Olsen

It doesn't answer the question "which one should we use?"
Well I suppose that the bug in the runtime is removed now, so let's use 2.2.5...


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Well, it works on my machine...sort of. I use the OS4 version. The nmbd in 2.2.5 crashes with "out of memory" (I use "wait")...it looks it eats up memory.

Don't let "nmbd" be started by the inet superserver. You generally need just one nmbd instance around to handle inbound name resolution requests and service announcements. And that can be handled perfectly well by starting nmbd manually in your User-Startup file. Just use "run >nil: nmbd -D" (and replace the "nmbd" with wherever the program is installed).

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It doesn't answer the question "which one should we use?"
Flip a coin? Well, 2.2.5 is more recent than 2.0.7 and should be able to cope with whatever Windows 2000 or Windows XP throw at it. However, if you're never going to use either in your network, 2.0.7 should do just fine. It was one of the most stable Samba releases there were.

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I've set up a page with the latest files available.

http://www.zerohero.se/samba/

Maybe Olaf himself can say what has changed since latest release?

This page will grow soon, will include installation help, for AmiTCP, Miami(dx), Genesis and AmigaOS4.

Regards,

Jocke 'Zerohero' Birging

Last edited by zerohero on 05-Jan-2005 at 05:53 PM.
Last edited by zerohero on 05-Jan-2005 at 05:51 PM.


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Just wanted to say I followed the little doc that came in the 2.0.7 distro and its now running happily on my 030 A1200... with smbfs running on this OS4 box.. and it all works!

Ive got little idea what is actually going on under the skin but so long as it works i aint touching it


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