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Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide, The, Second Edition by Jelmer Vernooij, John H. Terpstra

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Chapter 40. How to Compile Samba

You can obtain the Samba source file from the Samba Web site[1]. To obtain a development version, you can download Samba from Subversion or using rsync.

Access Samba Source Code via Subversion

Introduction

Samba is developed in an open environment. Developers use a Subversion to “checkin” (also known as “commit”) new source code. Samba’s various Subversion branches can be accessed via anonymous Subversion using the instructions detailed in this chapter.

This chapter is a modified version of the instructions found at the Samba[2] Web site.

Subversion Access to samba.org

The machine samba.org runs a publicly accessible Subversion repository for access to the source code of several packages, including Samba, rsync, distcc, ...

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