>The bottom line appears to be that something "extra" has to be installed
>either on the Unix/Linux machine or the Retrospect machine ... it would all
>be so much cleaner with a specific Retrospect client for Unix/Linux.

FWIW, Appletalk is compiled in as a module by default in LinuxPPC, 
and I have found it trivial to turn on. It's pretty well as much 
out-of-the-box now as Appletalk on MacOS, AFAICT.


Stefan Jeglinski



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