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change IRC_Nick to your IRC nickname. You can find out more at [http://www.stgraber.org/category/pastebinit/] including other sites pastebinit works with.
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change IRC_Nick to your IRC nickname. You can find out more at http://www.stgraber.org/category/pastebinit/ including other sites pastebinit works with.
  
 
After this is setup, if someone asks you for a config file, you can simply type <tt>pastebinit some.cfg</tt> and it will return a link the other use can use to see your pastebin.
 
After this is setup, if someone asks you for a config file, you can simply type <tt>pastebinit some.cfg</tt> and it will return a link the other use can use to see your pastebin.
 
If you are trying to capture an error you may use something like <tt>samba-tool domain provision 2>&1 | pastebinit</tt>
 
If you are trying to capture an error you may use something like <tt>samba-tool domain provision 2>&1 | pastebinit</tt>

Revision as of 05:17, 13 December 2012

Making pastebin easy

First thing, if you are asking for samba help, you may be asked for logs, configs, exact error messages, or a variety of other things. I use a program called pastebinit which can be installed on Ubuntu using apt-get install pastebinit.

I have setup a config in my users home directory called .pastebinit.xml and it contains the following:

<pastebinit>
	<pastebin>http://paste.ubuntu.com</pastebin>
	<author>IRC_Nick</author>
	<format>text</format>
</pastebinit>

change IRC_Nick to your IRC nickname. You can find out more at http://www.stgraber.org/category/pastebinit/ including other sites pastebinit works with.

After this is setup, if someone asks you for a config file, you can simply type pastebinit some.cfg and it will return a link the other use can use to see your pastebin. If you are trying to capture an error you may use something like samba-tool domain provision 2>&1 | pastebinit