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LinuxHelp.net: Dancing with Samba

Jan 25, 2000, 04:13 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by SirPlaya)

[ Thanks to Joey for this link. ]

"SAMBA is a ritualized, stylized, combat-dance, having its own music, and practiced primarily in the city of Salvador, Bahia, is a characteristically Brazilian expression of both dance and martial arts."

"SAMBA is also a program that is used for filesharing and printing to Windows clients on your network. The SMB (Server Message Block (SMB) protocol provides filespace and printer services using the SMB or CIFS protocol. It can run across the LanManager protocol and can also service LanManager clients In other words, "Windows" Clients."

"This includes, Windows 3.1, MSCLIENT 3.0 for DOS, WFW (Windows for Workgroups), 95, NT and OS/2. For you MAC Junkies, you're not out of luck, you can run DAVE for Macintosh; and of course, Linux, BSD, and other *NIXs."

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