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Old 02-20-2010, 07:13 AM   #16
cantab
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If you're transferring files both linux-linux and linux-windows, I'd forget about nfs and just use samba for anything. Linux can mount samba shares (and most Windows shares) just as it can mount NFS (use the 'cifs' filesystem). By only using samba you only have one server to worry about configuration and security for.
 
  


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