At 11:50 AM -0800 3/14/00, Doug Hinschberger wrote:
>Jon Gardner at [EMAIL PROTECTED] <quoted>
>  >Run Samba on the UNIX boxes to provide SMB filesharing. You can then mount
>>the shared drives on the NT box (if that's your backup platform) or buy DAVE
>>for the Mac OS and use that to mount the UNIX and NT drives on the Mac in
>>order to back them up using Retrospect.
>What about using Netatalk to mount volumes on a Unix/Linux box for
>Retrospect to backup? Anyone doing this?

Aren't you polluting the network with twice the traffic if you do this?
It's not what you don't know that'll hurt you;
it's what you _do_ know that isn't so.

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