[Samba] Broken Samba in OS X. Any Alternatives?

Kichigai Mentat kichigai at comcast.net
Sat Jun 4 16:51:44 GMT 2005

We all know that in Mac OS X 10.4, and in the upgrade 10.4.1, Apple  
managed to break Samba. Now, I am at a great loss for remote  
filesystem mounting. Not only is Samba broken, but NFS is  
questionable (I can never seem to get rid of that "incorrect username/ 
password" error and retain read/write abilities). Also, I'm have  
trouble with netatalkd for Debian. Are there any other filesystem  
sharing systems that could work with OS X? I mean until Samba gets  

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