Question for you
ctooley at joslyn.org
Tue Jun 27 22:17:18 GMT 2000
Either way, I don't think I've ever gotten any variant to natively mount
Ron Alexander wrote:
> Since when was CIFS not SAMBA?
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> From: samba-technical at samba.org [mailto:samba-technical at samba.org]On
> Behalf Of Cole, Timothy D.
> Sent: June 27, 2000 10:54 AM
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> Subject: RE: Question for you
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Steve Franks [SMTP:frankss at pwsint.co.uk]
> > Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2000 10:38
> > To: Multiple recipients of list SAMBA-TECHNICAL
> > Subject: Question for you
> > We are using Samba version 1.9.16p11 on an HP9000 running HP-UX 10.20.
> > PCs run Windows95 4.00.950 B, all on a LAN using TCP/IP.
> > This enables us to make an HP file system available for mapping as a
> > Network Drive in Windows 95, eg /usr2/data can be mapped as E: in Windows
> > 95.
> > We now want to do the opposite, ie make a Windows 95 drive available to
> > HP-UX. The drive is actually on a Netware 4.12 server eg
> > \\Novell\Sys\Data, and mapped as the F: drive in Windows95. Can this be
> > accessed by HP-UX eg as /usrX/data.
> Not via Samba, no. You should perhaps investigate Sharity or HP-UX
> 11 with CIFS/2000.
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