samba: The free SMB / CIFS fileserver and client1

Package available in: [trunk] [8.0] [7.0] [6.0] [2.1]

Samba is a SMB server that runs on Unix and other operating systems. It allows these operating systems (currently Unix, Netware, OS/2 and AmigaDOS) to act as a file and print server for SMB and CIFS clients. There are many Lan-Manager compatible clients such as LanManager for DOS, Windows for Workgroups, Windows NT, Windows 95, Linux smbfs, OS/2, Pathworks and more.

Please note that there are significant security implications to running this server, and the smb.conf(5) manpage should be regarded as mandatory reading before proceeding with installation.

... part of T2, get it here


Author: Andrew Tridgell <tridge [at] samba [dot] org>
Author: Support <samba [at] samba [dot] org> {Mail List}
Maintainer: Rene Rebe <rene [at] 2-project [dot] org>

License: GPL
Status: Stable
Version: 4.17.0

Remark: Does cross compile (as setup and patched in T2).

Download: samba-4.17.0.tar.gz

T2 source: README.xinetd
T2 source: config.hlp
T2 source:
T2 source: hotfix-smbadduser_csh_usage.patch
T2 source: hotfix-smbadduser_path.patch
T2 source: hotfix.patch
T2 source: remove-legacy-index.patch.uclibc
T2 source: samba.cache
T2 source: samba.conf
T2 source: samba.desc
T2 source: samba.init
T2 source: smbmount.init

Build time (on reference hardware): 185% (relative to binutils)2

Installed size (on reference hardware): 63.21 MB, 1152 files

Dependencies (build time detected): 00-dirtree acl attr binutils coreutils cups dash dbus diffutils docbookx file findutils flex gawk glib gmp gnutls grep icu4c libcap libtasn1 libtirpc libunistring libxslt linux-header m4 make ncurses nettle openssl pam patch pcre perl perl-parse-yapp popt python readline rpcsvc-proto sed tar util-linux valgrind xfsprogs zlib

Installed files (on reference hardware): [show]

1) This page was automatically generated from the T2 package source. Corrections, such as dead links, URL changes or typos need to be performed directly on that source.

2) Compatible with Linux From Scratch's "Standard Build Unit" (SBU).