But maybe, it's easier to patch smbclient to get the old functionality back?--- backuppc-3.3.0.orig/lib/Backup PC/Xfer/backuppc-3.3.0/lib/Backup PC/Xfer/@@ -217,7 217,7 @@ # This section is highly dependent on the version of smbclient.SWAT allows you to set up all aspects of your Samba server through an intuitive Web interface in a style similar to Webmin.(In fact, if you use Webmin, you can access SWAT by going to Servers - Samba Windows File Sharing and then clicking on the hammer icon for SWAT.) Among its interesting features, SWAT includes a wizard that can you help you configure Samba quickly with a basic setup.It also provides context-sensitive help for all parameters (taken directly from the man pages), and it lets you monitor the current state of connections and users.Since it is an integral part of the Samba suite, all available parameters are always up to date.
Logrotate depends on date and/or size (defined in the config file). Also, if the log files are huge, check /etc/to see how they're being rotated. One line of C code it may be, but that doesn't include all the time and hassle of dev libraries and compiling etc.I'm a Sysadmin not a developer, if I'm down at C code level something is terribly wrong with the software (although in this case it looks more like Samba than Backup Pc is the cause) But having said that, it is still interesting to see what went wrong.While SWAT offers convenience, it won't help you learn about Samba.You need to know about Samba before you use SWAT; if you don't know what you're doing, you're likely to do more harm than good.
Backup PC expects these per file lines to exist in the output, or Backup PC reports that no files were dumped for the share and marks good backups as Yes you're right, that was a typo - I have updated my post. We probably still need to determine how to get the verbose file listing back from samba if possible.