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How do I make smbd and nmdb bootup with the computer
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It depends on the linux distro, you are currently using:
on Red Hat/ Fedora, you simply have to use chkconfig:
chkconfig --add smbd nmbd
On slackware, you have to use /etc/rc.d/rc.samba and make it executable.
Tell us, if you need more details.
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I am using slackware and i looked in the etc/rc.d/ but their is not a rc.samba
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I figuired it out thx
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