Greg McCarroll wrote on Freitag, 8. Juni 2001 11:11
>   And some pieces of software just wont be able to be plugged
>   in - why can't i run Samba on Windows?

Why would you want to? AFAIK Samba implements the SMB protocol, which is the
native resource (file, printer, ...) sharing protocol of Windows. So if you
have Windows, you've already got an SMB client and server running.

Sounds a bit like "How can I port MKS's korn shell to Unix? Is it
possible?". Well, maybe the analogy is not so hot, but it's the best I can
think of.

Philip Newton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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