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Re: [vox-tech] Help Request with SAMBA and SWAT
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Re: [vox-tech] Help Request with SAMBA and SWAT

Thank you Henry and Peter and others on the SAmba shuffle.  

I tried  

dpkg -l | egrep 'apache|httpd'

and came up with nil and recall that during the install I chose not to 
install a server!  What would one want that for???

OK, no SWAT without a server.  Perhaps I will put one in at the  Sunday 

Or how would I do that in my little nest at home.

 I will also visit with Roseville at their Samba fest on Saturday.  I am 
down to mastering the smb.conf  files.

I have several networked win boxes.  I would like to share files both ways.
I have printers and plotters on all the different machines, I would like 
to share some of those including a HP1600 jetdirect printer that is 
networked in.  

Thanks for the help.  

Dick Ely

Peter Jay Salzman wrote:

>begin Henry House <hajhouse@houseag.com> 
>>On Sun, Jul 14, 2002 at 11:57:52PM -0700, Dick Ely using JPS-SMTP & POP wrote:
>>>SWAT simply hangs when I try to run it and when I try to log on  to 
>>>//localhost:901using gnome   I get *connection refused*.
>>>First:  Why cannot I log on to //localhost:901 using gnome?
>>This error likely means that there is no web server installed on your
>>computer. Try, in a terminal window:
>>	dpkg -l | less
>>	dpkg -l | egrep 'apache|httpd'
>>to see if a webserver is installed. The first command shows you all installed
>>packages, the second scans for names containing 'apache' or 'httpd'.
>you also might want to do a grep -i khttp /proc/ksyms.    ;-)

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