I've been using the Linux boot disks for a while now... awesome! Had a huge increase in PC reloads in the last couple of months, and this project has really helped me carry the day.

I had this problem however. Perhaps the solution should be a footnote somewhere in the docs? :

Samba 3 has a new option (called "unix extensions") which should be turned off if you're using the Linux boot disk. If this option is switched on (which it is by default, at least on Debian) any symbolic links on a Samba share accessed by a samba client won't be resolved on the server but locally which will probably cause scripts to fail.


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