"Samba is an incredible tool for anyone who uses both Unix
and Windows. By implementing the SMB/CIFS protocol for Unix, Samba
allows Unix systems to share their resources with standard Windows
clients. In this introductory article -- the first of Daniel
Robbins' new series of columns for developerWorks, he'll introduce
you to what Samba can do. The focus will be on key concepts....By
the end of this article, you'll have a good understanding of what
Samba does, and how it goes about doing it."
"Welcome to "Common threads," a new column for the Linux zone on
developerWorks. Every two weeks, I'll bring you in-depth articles
covering the technologies that are shaping the Linux and open
source worlds. The column starts off with a three-part series on
Samba, the leading technology used to integrate Windows and Unix.
I'll show you how Samba works, and how to get it configured and
running on your system...."
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