#1
I hate to do this here, but I'm at school so I can't register to any forums where this would be more, umm, un-out-of-place. Plus I live out in the boonies, I don't have internet at home.

The network at my school somehow gets messed up when I use my laptop to log on to their internet. I have ubuntu (therefore i'm using samba), the school is set up for windows.

The computer administrator told me to either disable Samba or uninstall it completely, I can't uninstall it because I need it for other networks and programs so I have to disable it temporarily every time I log on.

Now I'm kind of inexprienced with linux so I can't figure out how to disable it. I tried looking up how on other sites but they haven't been much help. They give me commands to try but they don't work, I think it's because they are meant for an earlier release of ubuntu.

I have jaunty 9.04

can anybody help?
head and founder of the cave dweller association

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#2
I have abosutely no clue about those freaky linux-names you just mentioned.

Have you tried updating your uhm... UBUNTU?
#3
they came up with the update recently, i just noticed it a few minutes ago

freaky linux names? yeah. it's overwhelming at first switching operating systems, i love it tho
head and founder of the cave dweller association

i have 100§ to my name