On Thursday, July 10, 2003, at 07:59 PM, Chuck Swiger wrote:
Jim Xochellis wrote:Hi Chuck, hi list,
Chuck Swiger wrote:
NFS is an entirely reasonable choice for filesharing against OS X; netatalkWhat about the resource fork of the mac files. Does NFS provide a transparent way to preserve the resource fork?
would be a comparitively better choice for MacOS 9 and previous versions. People who have laptops or other network roaming environments will probably
prefer Samba. [How's that for providing a fair slant on what each protocol
is well-suited for? :-)] >
For some definitions of "transparent". If the client uses the AppleDouble format, that wraps the resource fork and works fine against a normal NFS server. Some Mac NFS implementations do that, some don't.
Very interesting, thanks! I would like to try this solution. Can you give me more info, suggestions, links etc?
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