I'm trying to setup samba. I did everything according to the book. When I type in, in the web browser: localhost:901 the error is "connection is refused"????:cry:
Are you sure you have the rights to connect to that port on your system?
Check with netstat if it is open/listening :)
if you are using RH 9.0 then SAMBA does not come with SWAT (the 901 thingy)
you are suppose to use Samba Server Setting .
If you insist on using SWAT the might want to upgrad to SAMBA 3
Chk tt out.
Reffer to the tut section.
More specifically, [thread]1741[/thread]
Also, if you have a firewall such as shorewall installed by default (I'm not sure what comes with redhat) then it may have ports closed that would normally be open. You'll have to check out if you have a firewall program/script running and if so, where you can edit it.
ps wax | grep swat
and see if swat is running. Some distros install swat with samba, others don't. You also have to edit /etc/services to enable swat, or add the entry if it doesn't exist. Read the manpage for swat and it will show you an example of this, or refer to Dani's tutorial (I think she has it in there...)
If swat isn't running, then port 901 won't be listening, which will give you the error you received.