Whats all this Linux business anyway?
don_mccall at hp.com
Thu Mar 15 14:15:34 GMT 2001
In addition to "Using Samba", I would recommend the SAMS
book "Learning Samba in 24 hours". It's in tutorial form,
and an excellent way to get familiar with the product if
you have had no exposure to it.
From: JON GERDES [mailto:GERDESJ at gkn-whl.co.uk]
Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2001 6:25 AM
To: rickmasters at hotmail.com
Cc: samba at us5.samba.org
Subject: Re: Whats all this Linux business anyway?
If you are a complete newbie then you can't go wrong with:
also, the Samba documentation now includes a rather natty copy of the Using
Samba book from O'Reilly - it's now Open Source. Grab your self a copy of
Samba 2.0.7 eg:
and get reading. You can use Winzip to untar/ungzip the archive.
If you have specific problems then this mailing list is the port of call.
>>> "Rick Masters" <rickmasters at hotmail.com> 03/15/01 10:16am >>>
I'm Rick Masters and I know very little about networks, but for some mad
reason I have been given the job of setting up a Linux File Server on an NTn
etwork. How the dickens does that work? Anyway I need as much help as youc
an be bothered to give me. And there is a free pizza in it for the guy whoh
elps me get it working :-)
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