Re: Samba--Connection Refused

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On Mon, 13 Dec 2004 06:31:21 -0800, Wayne Watson wrote:

> I've installed samba-3.0.9-1_rh9.i386.rpm on my machine, and now would like to fire 
> up Samba. smbd is running. I'm using "Linus Networking" HowTo on the web, chapter 10. 
> The author is Peter Harrison. On page 5, he talks about the SWAT file. I've 
> incorporated the two statements:
> disable = no
> only_from=localhost

After editing this file, did you restart the xinetd superserver?
Command "service xinetd restart" would do that.

To enable swat, the "chkconfig swat on" command would have been enough.
No need to edit the file manually. And access restrictions with only_from
only make sense after 

Note that to run chkconfig/service without full path, you must be
logged in as root user, i.e. "su --login", "su -l" or "su -".

> The IP address is the one I use for my machine. The other machines are at 
>   (linux) and (XP). For the moment only 2 and 3 are online.
> According to the test I can fire up swat from a browser, Moz, in my case. I've tried 
> with the following three URLs:
> --> msg: Connection refused when trying to contact ...
> -->msg: Document contents are empty ...

What is logged in /var/log/secure?

Fedora Core release 3 (Heidelberg) - Linux 2.6.9-1.681_FC3
loadavg: 1.00 1.01 0.98

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