On Fri, 16 Jan 2004, kevin lyda wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 16, 2004 at 07:28:06AM +0000, Steven Satelle (Service Desk) wrote:
> > M$ are doing this because there are starting to realise that they cant have
> > all the pc's out there, that they need to interoperate. linux has been doing
>> it depends why you need it. sfu provides an nfs client which means i
> can rip out samba which i absolutely hate. sfu requires the windows
> machine uses ntfs, but that's fine for me. the fact that it is 217megs
> is annoying though...
Curious - why do you hate Samba so much? Without it we would have a
lot less linux boxes in here. I have used SFU before but found its
NFS client a LOT less transparent and stable than Samba and it also
requires client side software which Samba does not.
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