Mac OS X
ken at hudat.com
Mon Jan 22 15:36:56 GMT 2001
On Mon, 22 Jan 2001 ctooley at amoa.org wrote:
> I'm in the position of having to integrate a Mac into an all Windows
> network. I'm tempted to ask them to hold off on the integration (and
> run standalone for a couple monthes) until the release of OS X. At
> that time I'd at least know something about the OS and how to use it.
> What I'm wondering is if there is a release of Samba for OS X and if
> so how well is integrated into the system.
> I'm just feeling out the waters to see where it sets before I commit
> to where I want to take my stand on the Mac in the first place.
Are you gonna stick a Samba server on this mac? Somehow I doubt this :-)
MacOS X is based on BSD, and it can do NFS natively. I think this would be
your best bet. If you need to share from unix boxes to MacOS X, just use
--- BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK ----------+----------
GAT d- s:+ !a C++$ UL/S/I/B++++$ P+ | "In the ongoing battle between objects
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V(--) PS+++ PE Y+ PGP@ t++ 5 X+ R- | miles per hour and the ground going
tv+ b- DI++++ D+(+++) G e>++ h--- | zero, the ground has yet to lose."
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