[CentOS] bash: Samba: command not found

Sun Jan 24 20:17:43 UTC 2016
Scott Robbins <scottro11 at gmail.com>

On Sun, Jan 24, 2016 at 08:21:56PM +0100, Joey wrote:
> I dont use samba since a few of year but i dont remember to a command
> like "samba"

You will have various services that need to be started.  

If it's CentOS-7x then it's somewhere in systemd, I've forgotten where they
put all possible files.  Ah, look in /lib/systemd/system.  Samba probably
installed smbd and winbind. 

The quickest thing to do is google samba centos-<version> as there are
plenty of good guides to set it up.


The command isn't samba. The samba daemon is smbd, but you've given little
information and there's a bit more to getting it running, though it's
fairly easy, so google it for your version of CentOS, as it's changed
between 6 and 7.

Scott Robbins
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