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Re: [K12OSN] OS X with Linux or Windows Home Folders?



Thanks Peter. This might come in handy if I can get shared setup. I don't image it to be too hard, I have just never had to do it on Linux before.

On 9/20/07, Peter Scheie <peter scheie homedns org> wrote:
Not quite sure if this will help you, but you might look at afpfs-ng
which allows you to mount Apple shared volumes onto Linux machines.

http://alexthepuffin.googlepages.com/home

Peter

Shane Sammons wrote:
> Maybe someone here would know. I have search Google and I keep getting
> instructions on NFS shares, Samba, etc. Yet, not one has been setting up
> and moving user home folder in OS X Workgroup Manager from local AFP
> shares to an SMB or NFS share.
>
> I created a basic Windows share and entered smb:\\192.168.168.6\students
> with username in both of its fields and that didn't work. I then tried
> the username:password Workgroup/servername/share format. Still account
> were made locally.
>
> I am not going to setup an Ubuntu Server and see if I can do it with NFS
> shares. However, again no luck with finding documentation on it. I have
> found notes of issues with the file locking of 10.3 systems which we use.
>
> Would anyone here know and be a good resource for this or perhaps could
> direct me to some documentation?
>
> Thanks,
> Shane Sammons
>
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