Switch to Mandrake 9, it has a tool which scans the network finds all the
shares and then allows you to mount them permanently on your machine
so that they will be remounted when you reboot, there were a couple of
tools on sourceforge for doing similar but they have withered on the vine.
On Wednesday 18 December 2002 16:07, Lars Hecking wrote:
> Apologies for this newbie question, but I have never ever used samba.
>> Is it possible to set up a samba client to access file shares
> on a W2k file and active directory server, and how?
>> The client runs RedHat 7.3.
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