Guru Guidance, by Roderick W. Smith

Posted by dave on Jul 28, 2004 8:20 AM EDT
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Samba 3.0 adds a new feature, Unix extensions, that adds support for Unix filesystem features to the SMB/CIFS protocol, and the 2.6-series Linux kernel provides client-side support for these features in the form of a new filesystem driver known as cifs. Using these tools, you can gain access to many Unix filesystem features that would have otherwise been lost using the older smbfs mount code or the smbmount command.

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