Login Win95 into NT server through SAMBA

Patrick Ouellette ouellep at algonquincollege.com
Mon Oct 16 22:32:20 GMT 2000

At 01:42 PM 16/10/00 -0500, Kevin Colby wrote:
>I'm not sure why you couldn't just use a hub, but okay.

College policy - and I cause enough hot air and huffing with ITS as it is 
without adding another one to the mix :)

>The only chance I see here is to use smbfs to mount the Win98 share
>locally on RH #1 (the gateway).  Then run Samba on RH #1 to share
>back out the same directory upstream to the NT network.  For
>printing, much the same.  Get smbprint and a local Linux print queue
>working that prints to the Win98 machine from RH #1.  Then, share
>back out that same queue via Samba.

Yes, I'm slowly coming to the same conclusion ...
Not pretty, but workable :)


Patrick Ouellette

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