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-O socket_options

Sets the TCP/IP socket options, using the same parameters as the socket options configuration option. Often used for performance tuning and testing.


Causes log files to be overwritten when opened (the opposite of -a). This option saves you from hunting for the right log entries if you are performing a series of tests and inspecting the log file each time.

-p port_number

Sets the UDP port number from which the server accepts requests. Currently, all Microsoft clients use only the default port, 137.

-s configuration_file

Specifies the location of the Samba configuration file.

Although the file defaults to /usr/local/samba/lib/smb.conf, you can override it here on the command line. Typically used for debugging.


Prints the current version of Samba.

winbindd winbindd [options]

The winbindd daemon is part of the winbind service and is used to allow Unix systems to obtain user and group information from a

Windows NT/2000 server. Winbind maps Windows relative IDs

(RIDs) to Unix UIDs and GIDs and allows accounts stored on the

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4. Collaborative Design

Slice ePub September 05, 2014

As you navigate through the rest of your life, be open to collaboration. Other people and other people’s ideas are often better than your own. Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life.

—Amy Poehler

Lean UX is a collaborative process. It brings designers and nondesigners together in co-creation. It yields ideas that are bigger and better than those of the individual contributors. But it’s not design-by-committee. Instead, Lean UX increases a team’s ownership over the work by providing an opportunity for all opinions to be heard much earlier in the process. In this chapter, we explore the many benefits that come from this close, cross-functional collaboration. Specifically, we look at:

Why everybody gets to design

How low-fidelity artifacts increase collaboration

Building a shared understanding across your team

We’ll also dig into a series of techniques that enable this more productive way of working, including:

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Advanced Verbal Problems: SAT Math I Algebra

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The companies listed below utilize in their products the authentic Maitake Gold 404® developed by Dr. Hiroaki Nanba and used in his extensive body of research. Contact information is provided to enable you to obtain further information about their products. None of the manufacturers and distributors listed below has had any connection with the production of this book. Rather, we list these companies because we believe their products to be effective and of high quality. Please be aware that this information is subject to change.

Carotec, Inc.

P.O. Box 9919

Naples, FL 34101


Carrington Laboratories

Alo eceuticals/Caraloe

2001 Walnut Hill Lane

Irving, TX 75038

800-444-ALOE (2563)

DaVinci Laboratories of Vermont

20 New England Drive

Essex Junction, VT 05453


Doctor’s A-Z

Distributed by Great American

Health Products, Wholesale


P.O. Box 2672

Fargo, ND 58108-2672


FoodScience of Vermont

20 New England Drive

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Chapter 8 TRUST Courage

Slice ePub May 15, 2014

To me, there is no greater act of courage than being the one who kisses first.

Janeane Garofolo

The only way to make a man trustworthy is to trust him.

Henry Stimson

The act of trusting often requires letting go of our need to control outcomes or people, our defense mechanisms, and our preconceptions about what is “right.” For hard-driving controlling types, such as the coffee-clutching professionals who make up much of today’s workforce, this goes against the grain of everything they stand for. Trust runs counter to the take-charge ethos that typifies today’s business world. In many companies, the most valued employees are those who, when encountering challenging situations, control chaos, force order, and take decisive action. As the Roman poet Virgil said, “Fortune favors the bold.”

TRUST Courage, for managers, is a tricky thing. On the 126 one hand, you need your employees to trust you so that they follow your direction enthusiastically. On the other hand, you have to monitor their performance, which, if done too closely, often feels distrusting. Plus many managers work in companies layered with systems that are inherently distrustful. It is more difficult to fill workers’ TRUST buckets if you’re an extension of a system that doesn’t trust them. “Sure,” your workers may say, “I’ll trust you… just as soon as you get the company to stop random drug testing, monitoring our e-mails, and making us submit time reports.”

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