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RE: (offtopic?) help Linux survive among NTs Re: K12 Schools Usin g Linux (was Re: Introduction)
Thank you for the clarification, I was always under the impression that
smbmount was a part of Samba.
> From: Evan Leibovitch[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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> Sent: Monday, September 13, 1999 9:15 AM
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> Subject: RE: (offtopic?) help Linux survive among NTs Re: K12 Schools
> Usin g Linux (was Re: Introduction)
> On Mon, 13 Sep 1999, Culp, David wrote:
> > Yes, You can run a linux workstation on a Win NT network. I personally
> > never done it, although I was going to try soon by installing linux on a
> > partition here at my workstation at school. Anyway, check out the Samba
> > package. Check out www.samba.org.
> Samba allows a Linux system to *serve* files to other Windows systems. In
> order for a Linux station to share files/printers from Windows servers
> there is a utility, 'smbmount', for that purpose. The 'smbmount' facility
> is not part of the Samba package.
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