I'm running samba 3.03 and want to upgrade to the latest stable release that has just been issued. it is a member server in active directory. they system has beem happily spinning for the last 141 days without a hicough.
so my question is this.
after downloading the new package from samba.org, are there any gotchas that I need to be aware of before I type "rpm -Uvh newsamba307.rpm" in my shell?
this is a production server, and I would rather have this go smoothly so my opensource initiative keeps it's untarnished reputation.
It should go smoothly... However, you are upgrading a RedHat package with a non-vendor binary. There's nothing that I can see that tells me that the rpm was built against an up to date RH 9 or the original
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