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Ubuntu: Checking Samba

Posted on 2011-09-23
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Hi,

1) I have a linux Ubuntu 10.04.3 workstation in the production environment

2) I heard that Samba has been installed automatically during installation (or connecting to the repository)

3) Is it true?

4) If it is true, would you somebody show me "per command line" and " per GUI" to check that samba has been installed in the above linux workstation please

5) Thank you

tjie
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dpkg --get-selections | grep -i samba

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Is there any GUI to check for samba?

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try "synaptic"
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