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Old 02-09-2004, 02:26 AM   #1
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Can I share a tape driver with samba??


Just like other normal HD, can I share a tape driver through samba to let windows client use it ? and let windows run backup software to backup date in windows machine?

(my tape driver was intsalled in Fedora machine as server)

if can, how to configure in smb.conf? thx in advance.

BTW this is my first post, this is a great place, i like here.
 
  


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