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Re: [opensuse-factory] How to enable swat in SuSE10.2?
  • From: "M9." <monkey9@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 11:39:11 +0100
  • Message-id: <45E55BCF.8050701@xxxxxx>
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David Bolt schreef:
> On Tue, 27 Feb 2007, M9. <monkey9@xxxxxx> wrote:-
>> Hi,
>> As a result of not being able to control the shares, (invisible
>> network), i wanted to enable swat, but the files are not were they
>> supposed to be....
> Here goes:
> 1, Open YaST;
> 2, select "Network Services", select "Network Services (xinetd)";
> 3, click[0] "Enable" if it's not already enabled[1];
> 4, scroll down the list until you find swat;
> 5, click the "Toggle Status (On or Off)" button;
> 6, click finish.
> If you haven't installed the required package(s), in which case the
> service status will show "NI", YaST will ask to install the required
> package(s) before enabling it.
>> Can anyone help me for x86_64 ?
> Doesn't matter whether it's 64 or 32 bit. The same procedure applies to
> both, and also applies to previous versions as well.
> [0] This assumes use of a GUI. If you're using a console, either use the
> tab and cursor keys to highlight the required option and press return,
> or press the alt-key and the highlighted letter.
> [1] The good point is that xinetd is disabled by default, so if you
> haven't already started a service, you will need to do step #3. If you
> do have a running service, you can skip step #3 and go to step #4.
> Regards,
> David Bolt

This is totaly correct!
Many thnx for this crystalclear explanation.
(swat was allready on, but the service was not yet enabled, so did not
respond to the call)

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