I can't seem to get samba to auto restart when I reboot. It is fine if
I use the start command. If I do that I can log off and on as
different users and samba stays running. I can as other users from
windows machines after I do the smbaddusers and add thier
linux:windows passwords. The problem comes in when I hard reboot the
system A while ago someone gave me a command that I could run and it
allowed me to cold boot the machine and samba automatically restarted,
does anyone still have that command?
I have used the following commands and they don't help with a cold
boot only with user logoff.
I also used /etc/rc.d/init.d/smb start
I also used /etc/rc.d/init.d/smb restart
I then do ps aux|grep .mbd and I see that the smbd and the nmbd
processes are both running, what am I doing wrong?