DOS Client to Samba Server?
Romy Perez Moreno
linux at fenix.uam.mx
Mon Dec 17 07:31:05 GMT 2001
I have done a floppy disk that is used to mirror w2k workstation from a
SAMBA server in case they get corrupted. It uses microsoft lanmanager and
logs into the samba server, mounts a share and runs ghost FROM the server
mirrowing the image TO the WS. On the boot, it asks the ip for the WS and
sets the gateway and dns according to the IP provided, this is because I
have two subnets in my Laboratory.
If it is usefull for you, send me an e-mail and I'll send it to you.
On Fri, 14 Dec 2001, Michael Lueck wrote:
> Does anyone have info or links to data on connecting a real DOS client to a
> Linux Samba server?
> If so, is there any options to NOT have a static IP address on the DOS side? I
> would like to make some sort of generic bootable image that does not need an IP
> address set into it for each computer one visits with the disk.
> Michael Lueck
> Lueck Data Systems
Ing. Romy Perez Moreno
e-mail: romy at fenix.uam.mx, romy at correo.azc.uam.mx
tel: 5318 9067 / 5382-7157
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