[Samba] Beeweeb, Samba killer?

Libor Vanek libor at conet.cz
Wed Apr 17 02:53:02 GMT 2002

Main thing is that it's something COMPLETELY different to Samba... It's 
good to store data on Internet but it has so many disadvantages that 
nobody will use it (who wants to store some internal data or database @ 
somebody else server? me not)


Douglas G. Phillips wrote:

>I doubt it's going to kill samba - it's not free.
>On Tue, Apr 16, 2002 at 09:44:36AM -0400, cmefford at avwashington.com wrote:
>>Some of my folks here pressured me
>>to try it out. So I did. Works pretty well
>>but I know nothing about it other than it
>>works for windows and mac clients and works
>>across public networks like nothing if
>>you open the needed ports. 
>>It's kinda bothersome. I don't know where
>>this software came from or how it works. 
>>I've been using Samba for 7 years, and Netatalk
>>for 5. I don't want to change, but this software
>>offers some functionality that is "user friendly"
>>and I'm afraid my users are going to start
>>demanding it.
>>Does anyone on the list know anything
>>about this software? 
>>Thanks in advance.
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