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Fedora / Samba.  If someone powers off the Fedora box and then powers it back on - shares come back?

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Does someone have to log in to the Fedora box to activate the samba server?
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Is Samba part of the start up group by default?

If not is it easy to make it so?
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It should come up without any one logging as long as it is configured to run at the run  level it boots.  You have to issue the command

chkconfig 35 service on
Where service would be the service that you want to start at boot time.

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