Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 70128
redhat-config-samba doesn't do anything when run
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:38:03 EDT
When i run redhat-config-samba, nothing happens: the program immediately
"exists" (i get a prompt in gnome-terminal) and no windows appear. This happens
both as root and as a normal user. It also doesn't matter whether the smb
service is running or not.
Also, redhat-config-samba doesn't give any results on my Limbo either. I would
like to put in a request that if it's possible not to include GUI frontends that
don't work that well or not at all, this would be appreciated, excluding public
betas, of course.
On the contrary, Red Hat tools like redhat-logviewer work great and thank you
for this; however, a tool to easily configure syslog would be appreciated as well.
Confirming the "nothing but exit" results on Limbo.
What version of redhat-config-samba do you have?
[root@localhost root]# rpm -q redhat-config-samba
Oops. The spec file got messed up so that the console file wasn't getting
installed, so that broke consolehelper. Should be fixed in
redhat-config-samba-0.9.7-1, or you could just run
QA, please verify the fix.
App is running correctly with redhat-config-samba-0.9.7-1.
*** Bug 70702 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 71106 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***