Maybe I should rephrase the question: We are thinking of getting some
Mac laptops - they seem to be popular with the laptop users here. I know
nothing about Macs but I understand I can connect it into my Linux
network, authenticate from NIS and load files from NFS4 - is this
correct or am I going to head into a whole tonne of mess? Particularly
Kevin Philp wrote:
> I have to buy come laptops for our office. The office is a Debian
> server with Ubuntu desktops. The laptops must run MSOffice - specific
> customer requirements - our usual OpenOffice and convert isn't fool
> proof enough. So we have two choices:
>> 1. Get Windows laptops and integrate with Samba into the network.
>> 2. Get Macs - but I have no idea how easy they would be to fit into
> our network. The only tricky bits I can see are - /home over nfs4 and
> we authenticate via nis.
>> Any ideas?
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