# /etc/init.d/netatalk start
Netatalk will complain that, while it supports PAM authentication, it can't automatically set up PAM for you on Solaris systems. You'll need to do this manually.
Howto needed: (LDAP/ Actve Directory support for netatalk3 - Interoperability with CIFS AD support?)
Configurations for version 2.x and version >= 3.0 are quite different. Please refer to the netatalk website for more information: http://netatalk.sourceforge.net/
All configuration now happens in this one file: /usr/local/etc/afp.conf:
This file must end with a newline or netatalk service would not start (maintenance mode)
; ; Netatalk 3.x configuration file ; [Global] ; Global server settings hostname = server-name zeroconf = yes [Backup] time machine = yes path = /zpool/path/to/TimeMachine directory perm = 0770 file perm = 0660