Samba: SWAT

Installed Fedora Core 4 along with Samba.  I am wanting to configure SWAT in order to configure Samba.  After doing some searches it seems that I can't find SWAT.  Does anybody know were to download Samba-SWAT?  Also, any howto documents would greatly be appreciated.

As always, thank you!  In advance for your time on this matter.
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BinaryJobAuthor Commented:
Issued the following command:

rpm -q samba-swat

The indicated that the samba-swat is not installed.
It's available on Fedora mirrors. If you yum or apt-get, these will install it automatically.

Otherwise, here it is:

You could also check your install media.  Other packages are here:
use the comman in root prompt rpm -q samba-swat if it ll return like samba-swat-2.2.7a-6, if it ll not return like that, then you have to install samba-swat package from installation disk. then go to vi /etc/xinetd.d/swat and then edit disable=no  and protocol=tcp save that  file and open any web-browser and type localhost:901

it ll ask for user name and password type root and password.

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