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Old 13th June 2004, 02:55 AM
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Samba SWAT: Connection refused!

This Samba thing is really getting me down. Can't get it to work AT ALL!!! Read about the SWAT thing, and tried to start it with Localhost:901, but I get a Connection refused error message. Can anyone give me clear, complete, and step by step instructions on how to get Samba to work, both from the Linux server side and from a Win98 client box? Don't just refer me somewhere else, I've tried every link I can find and somehow they all have failed to work. And some of them have conflicting directions!!!
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