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Samba Tutorial: Networking Linux and Windows

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A step-by-step HOWTO for Samba.
Server Message Block (SMB), also known as Common Internet File System (CIFS), is one of the most common protocols for sharing files on a network. It is used with Microsoft Windows and, through Samba, a variety of other operating systems include Linux. Samba provides a way to share the contents of Linux directories with other computers and to access shared directories on a remote computer. The type of remote computer does not matter. It could be a computer running Sun Solaris or Windows NT.
 read more | mail this link | score:7872 | -Ray, July 10, 2001 (Updated: October 24, 2004)
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