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This software is freely distributable under the GNU public license, a
copy of which you should have received with this software (in a file
- a SMB server, to provide LanManager style file and print services to PCs
- a Netbios (rfc1001/1002) nameserver
- a ftp-like SMB client so you can access PC resources (disks andprinters) from unix
- a tar extension to the client for backing up PCs
Related packages include:
- ksmbfs, a linux-only filesystem allowing you to mount remote SMB filesystems from PCs on your linux box
- tcpdump-smb, a extension to tcpdump to allow you to investigate SMB networking problems over netbeui and tcp/ip
You could also send hardware/software/money/jewelry or pizza vouchers directly to me. The pizza vouchers would be especially welcome :-)
If you like a particular feature then look through the change-log and see who added it, then send them an email.
Remember that free software of this kind lives or dies by the response we get. If noone tells us they like it then we'll probably move onto something else.
Andrew Tridgell Email: email@example.com
3 Ballow Crescent Macgregor, A.C.T. 2615 Australia
There is quite a bit of documentation included with the package, including man pages, and lots of .txt files with hints and useful info.
The main anonymous ftp distribution site for this software is nimbus.anu.edu.au/pub/tridge/samba/ in the directory pub/tridge/samba/.
To send mail to everyone on the list mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
There is also an announcement mailing list where I announce new versions. To subscribe send mail to email@example.com with a body of "subscribe samba-announce Your Name". All announcements also go to the samba list.
You might also like to look at the usenet news group comp.protocols.smb as it often contains lots of useful info and is frequented by lots of Samba users. The newsgroup was initially setup by people on the Samba mailing list. It is not, however, exclusive to Samba, it is a forum for discussing the SMB protocol (which Samba implements).
A Samba WWW site has been setup with lots of useful info. Connect to:
It is maintained by Paul Blackman (thanks Paul!). You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.