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RE: [seul-edu] Alternatives to NIS
Yes CODA is a great FS (but does it do authentication too?), the only problem is
that there are no Macintosh clients (I think coding a Mac client is way beyond
my abilities). So people could move seemlessly back and forth between Windows
and Linux, but not to the Macs. This isn't exactly feasible with about 40 Macs
on the network.
Quoting Chris Hedemark <email@example.com>:
> Well there is always CODA. I've never used it myself but it addresses
> of NFS' shortcomings, and I think it is under an open source license.
> It also is engineered to work well in an environment with portables that
> on and off the LAN.