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This package contains all the components necessary to turn your Debian GNU/Linux box into a powerful file and printer server.
Currently, the Samba Debian packages consist of the following:
samba - LanManager-like file and printer server for Unix. samba-common - Samba common files used by both the server and the client. smbclient - LanManager-like simple client for Unix. swat - Samba Web Administration Tool samba-doc - Samba documentation. samba-doc-pdf - Samba documentation in PDF format. smbfs - Mount and umount commands for the smbfs (kernels 2.2.x and above). libpam-smbpass - pluggable authentication module for SMB/CIFS password database libsmbclient - Shared library that allows applications to talk to SMB/CIFS servers libsmbclient-dev - libsmbclient shared libraries libwbclient0 - Shared library for interfacing with the winbind service winbind - Service to resolve user and group information from Windows NT servers
It is possible to install a subset of these packages depending on your particular needs. For example, to access other SMB/CIFS servers you should only need the smbclient and samba-common packages.
Samba for Debian ---------------- This package was built by Eloy Paris <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Steve Langasek <email@example.com>, Noèl Köthe <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Christian Perrier <email@example.com>, current maintainers of the Samba packages for Debian, based on previous work from Peter Eisentraut <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Bruce Perens <Bruce@Pixar.com>, Andrew Howell <email@example.com>, Klee Dienes more»
This is the release version of Samba, the free SMB and CIFS client and server for UNIX and other operating systems. Samba is maintained by the Samba Team, who support the original author, Andrew Tridgell. >>>> Please read THE WHOLE of this file as it gives important information >>>> about the configuration and use of Samba. NOTE: Installation instructions may be found in docs/htmldocs/Sam more»
samba (3.0.27a-2) unstable; urgency=low * Weak authentication methods are disabled by default Beginning with this version, plaintext authentication is disabled for clients and lanman authentication is disabled for both clients and servers. Lanman authentication is not needed for Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista, Mac OS X or Samba, but if you still have Windows 95/98/ME clients (or more»
PROFILES(1) User Commands PROFILES(1) NAME profiles - A uti more»
SMBCONTROL(1) User Commands SMBCONTROL(1) NAME smbcontrol - sen more»
SMBSTATUS(1) User Commands SMBSTATUS(1) NAME smbstatus - repo more»
EVENTLOGADM(8) System Administration tools EVENTLOGADM(8) NAME eventlogadm - pu more»
MKSMBPASSWD(8) MKSMBPASSWD(8) NAME mksmbpasswd - more»