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Using and configuring Samba under Linux/Unix

Sep 22, 2011, 15:00 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Samba's name comes from Microsoft's SMB (Server Message Block), which is the protocol used for Microsoft's standard network file system. We will show you how to install, configure and use Samba, and what advantages it can bring to your network, be it at home or at work. We expect you have some basic Linux/Unix administration knowledge and we expect you're not afraid of the command line. But first, what can you do with Samba? Where does it become useful for you?

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