[K12OSN] NFS Client for Windows

Les Mikesell les at futuresource.com
Wed May 26 18:53:50 UTC 2004

On Wed, 2004-05-26 at 13:07, Julius Szelagiewicz wrote:
>  you need to set up VPN, make sure that routing is going correctly and
> then just map the drives by address or by name entered in lmhosts or by
> wins. In all this the VPN is crucial - access to files from the 'net is
> not as much insane as it is suicidal.  Since you obviously run K12, just
> apt-get cipe and use that for an aeasy to set VPN. julius

CIPE is less handy when you only have windows on the other end.  It
also seems to be near end-of-life as it is not included in fedora FC2
(IPsec is included instead).

SMEserver includes a patched poptop (PPTP server) that is nice for
remote windows access. They also make it easy by having their
template system build a /etc/chap-secrets file with all the users
and pointers to the /etc/smbpasswd file for the passwords in a
form that work with ms-chap.  Has anyone tried to duplicate this
concept on k12ltsp or stock RH9/fedora?

 Les Mikesell
   les at futuresource.com

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