[Samba] Older Mac to SAMBA copy

Matt Nelson matt at nelsonprinting.com
Mon Oct 28 20:13:01 GMT 2002

Since I posted this over the weekend, I thought I'd throw it out one more 
time to see if anyone else might see it and has any ideas on this.

Thanks for your indulgence.


At 08:34 AM 10/26/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>At 08:00 AM 10/26/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>>I've built a new samba server to replace an aging Apple 9500 running 8.6 
>>that is acting as a 'file server'.  The other macs run 9.2 and 10.2, 
>>which are the computers that will be served (I HOPE!) by the samba server.
>>I have installed DAVE in order to be able to copy the files over to the 
>>new server.  However, as the files copy, they disappear on the samba 
>>server.   Someone said it is because of the data and resource forks in 
>>the old mac os, and to tell DAVE to, as I believe he said, merge the two 
>>forks.  However, I see no such option in the DAVE setup.
>>Am I missing something, or is there another way to do this?  Also, will I 
>>have a problem with files name preservation of the mac files on the new server?
>Following up to myself while I await someone else's insight.... I just 
>found that if I copy the files via my win2k workstation, the files stay 
>put.  What?

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