Amiga Samba Idiots Guide
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No, you are not an idiot, for the majority of people, installing Samba is a daunting task. Hopefully this guide will help you.

Contents - OS4 Contents - Classic Amiga Links
Overview
Getting Started
Preparing Archive
User-Startup
Making Changes to OS4 Pt 1
Making Changes to OS4 Pt 2
smb.conf
Testing the connections
Overview
Getting Started
Preparing Archive
User-Startup
Making Changes to Genesis - Part 1 - The basics
Making Changes to Genesis - Part 2 - Database Hosts and Services
Making Changes to Genesis - Part 3 - Database Inetd
Making Changes to Genesis - Part 4 - Users
smb.conf
Testing the connections
Official Amiga Samba Website
Amiga Samba Mailing List
Amigaworld Samba Thread
Amiga.org Samba Thread
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Disclaimer. Your use of this guide contained within this pages is at YOUR OWN RISK.
A backup of your system partition is strongly recommended. Please backup your system to either a CD or copy it to another partition with enough space for the purpose
It is assumed you have a working knowledge of basic workbench functions such as, unarchiving, copying, renaming etc.

Acknowledgements:
Olaf Barthel for his samba install guide
Ken (of Ken's Icons) for the Site Banner and Blue background
David Doyle for his generous hosting of this site
TonyW for his proof reading and recommendations for the guide.
Alex R (IamSONIC) For German Translation
Mike Woods, Andrew Elia, Simon Archer & Steve Croucher, ANT members for all their help with Samba in the past

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