GeekSpeek: HOWTO: Installing Samba/Swat on Fedora Core 1
Mar 18, 2004, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Samba is an Open Source / Free Software suite which provides
seamless file and print services to SMB / CIFS clients. Samba is
freely available under the GNU General Public License.
"The use of Samba in both home and work environments is becoming
increasingly popular, and while not overly difficult to setup, it
can prove to be a challenge for users who have not worked with it
before, also, even though there is an abundance of Samba related
How-Tos, Tutorials, and Documentation available on the web, a large
number of these documents tend to be incomplete, incorrect, and /
or extremely vague, this leads to what can be a very annoying
experience for many users.
"That having been said, it is the goal of this short tutorial to
guide the user through the installation of Samba, and SWAT (The
Samba Web Administration Tool)..."