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Some things are not fine, like swat uses port 901/tcp..
what if this port allready has been taken?
> omginitialrefs 900/udp # OMG Initial Refs
> # Christian Callsen <Christian.Callsen@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> swat 901/tcp # CONFLICT, not official assigned!
> smpnameres 901/tcp # SMPNAMERES
> smpnameres 901/udp # SMPNAMERES
What to do in a case like this?
> Tha manual at the box tells:
> In /etc/inetd.conf you should add a line like this:
> swat stream tcp nowait.400 root /usr/local/samba/sbin/swat swat
> Should this in this case be:
> swat stream tcp nowait.400 root /usr/sbin/swat ?
> M9. schreef:
>> Correct, the executable is present there, thnx ;)
>> Roman Bigler schreef:
>>> Ok, still not completely sure what you mean, but this might help you:
>>> The location of the executable is usually /usr/sbin.
>>> On Feb. 27, 2007, at 17:52 , M9. wrote:
>>> Well, to invoke swat, you have to specify its location, this location i
>>> need to know..
>>> Roman Bigler schreef:
>>>>>> You have to specify which files you mean. We don't have
>>>>>> magic crystal balls, unfortunately.
>>>>>> As a result of not being able to control the shares, (invisible
>>>>>> network), i wanted to enable swat, but the files are not were they
>>>>>> supposed to be....
>>>>>> Can anyone help me?
Have a nice day,
M9. Now, is the only time that exists.
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