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Wednesday, July 24th, 2002
|Looking for a Content Management System
I am looking for a content management system for building a business website. It should be SQL driven, be modular in design to allow for the addition of forum, chat, e-mail, voting, and password protected areas.
I will be running it on a Debian 3.0 server and I have looked at a few already, but I want to get an unbiased sampling of opinions (how's that for an oxymoron).
Oh, BTW security will be a high priority as well.
I'm trying to get samba to work. I can mount directories shared by the win98 computer on my network, but I'm somehow unable to share directories from this linux box. I use xfsamba to browse the network tree, and while I can access the win98 shares flawlessly, whenever I try to browse my local shares, I get the error "tree connect failed: NT_STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME" and I can't access the share. Suffice to say, trying to connect to the share from the win98 box is also fruitless, though it doesn't offer the error. Any idea what I'm doing wrong? I checked my smb.conf, and the share that won't work is a public share, r/w access for all users... I basically just customized the sample given, so I'm at a loss. Help! Thanks.