file sharing on linux clients using win2000 server
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#1. Is the shared folder located on the linux client or Windows Server?
#2. Are clients accessing other client's shared folders? (yes/no)
#3. Is this a domain or workgroup, in other words, do they log on with network IDs?
#4. Does the Windows Server need access to client shares? (yes/no)
I'm failing to see where the server enter the equation and therefore why it was included in the post. Sounds like NFS should do all you need.
If you answer these 4 questions, I can guide you through the process. And for the record, you don't have linux 9.0 as the kernel is only at 2.6.10. Your distrobutions version is 9.0 which is what I was asking for.
Last edited by musicman_ace; 01-10-2005 at 03:48 AM.