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Old 10-15-01, 07:00 PM
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SAMBA tutorials

I think I'm finally going to get off my butt and get my linux box set up enough for everyday non-gaming use
Any good tutorials for setting up samba so I can access the files on my windows box.
I have caldera open linux 2.3

if I find anything I'll add it so others can get help too
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www.google.com is your friend.....
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This was the best place for me.

http://www.samba.org/
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You may want to search the NHF's of linuxnewbie.org or grab O'Reilly's "Running Linux". Samba is pretty straightforward and simple to install. There's a GUI called swat which can be used to create users and direct permissions but I find it much easier to vi smb.conf.

P.S. Ditch caldera, they're dead, install debian and learn how great apt-get is

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