[Samba] Windows 98 caching too much

Daniel O'Connor darius at dons.net.au
Fri Feb 23 23:18:54 GMT 2007

On Saturday 24 February 2007 09:34, Sherwood Botsford wrote:
> May be silly, but does the window 98 box have the same idea of time that
> the samba
> server does?  I've often seen 'make' issues with this over nfs, and I've
> seen the reverse where windows fusses when it thinks that some other
> program has modified the file,
> when it's time is behind the server time.

I'll double check - I am pretty sure it's running D4Time which uses SNTP to 
sync the clock.

It's free too :)

Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
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