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Hi All,

I have fedora 14 and want to install and configure samba,

I have run "yum update samba" and it has gone through the process, at the end it says "Package(s) samba available, but not installed".

How do I install it?

Thanks

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Shouldn't it be "yum install samba"??
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Ha ha, thanks!!

(doh)
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