Samba on Elastix 0.84

agigliotti

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I want install Samba into Elastix. Is posible?

Thank You.
 

nava

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You use yum

yum install samba samba-common

If you need client or swat

yum install samba-client
yum install samba-swat

Saludos
 

tbberetin

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Can you elaborate this more? What about configuration file smb?
 

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Can you elaborate this more? What about configuration file smb?
 

createinfor

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Hi, this worked for me.
After you installed samba-common go to:
/etc/samba
nano (or vi) smb.conf
delete everything (or create a new smb.conf file)
use the following scripts:

[global]
workgroup = (your workgroup name in your local net)
server string = (anything)
local master = no
domain master = no
preferred master = no
password server = None
guest ok = yes
guest account = root
security = SHARE
dns proxy = no

[share]
path = /
guest ok = yes
writeable = yes
create mask = 0777

Save it and then use the following commands to turn it on:

/etc/init.d/smb start

And use the following command to start automatic with the booting of the asterisk:

chkconfig --level 345 smb on

However you have to be carefull as there is no user or passsword. This means that anyone on your network can access you asterisk server.

Carlos
 

createinfor

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Hi, this worked for me.
After you installed samba-common go to:
/etc/samba
nano (or vi) smb.conf
delete everything (or create a new smb.conf file)
use the following scripts:

[global]
workgroup = (your workgroup name in your local net)
server string = (anything)
local master = no
domain master = no
preferred master = no
password server = None
guest ok = yes
guest account = root
security = SHARE
dns proxy = no

[share]
path = /
guest ok = yes
writeable = yes
create mask = 0777

Save it and then use the following commands to turn it on:

/etc/init.d/smb start

And use the following command to start automatic with the booting of the asterisk:

chkconfig --level 345 smb on

However you have to be carefull as there is no user or passsword. This means that anyone on your network can access you asterisk server.

Carlos
 

tbberetin

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Ok that is what i was looking for. Great help...
 

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