samba: reading files from my Windows 2000 machine from my RedHat Linux machine.
janina at afb.net
Thu Aug 8 16:57:02 EDT 2002
Swat is included. You need to turn it on by editing a file in
On Thu, 8 Aug 2002, Edward L. Barnes wrote:
> Hi there Adam and list.
> I'm curious!
> Is Swat included on standard or speakup modified Red Hat media or should
> I search for it on the internet at a site like www.rpmfind.net
> Reason I ask is because I don't have my RH cds here at homeat the
> moment and this looks like a neat package which I might play with.
> Ed Barnes
> Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, Canada
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> "There is a fantasy in Redmond that Microsoft products are innovative, but
> this is based entirely on a peculiar confusion of the words 'innovative'
> and 'successful.' Microsoft products are successful -- they make a lot of
> money -- but that doesn't make them innovative, or even particularly
> good." -ROBERT X. CRINGELY
> On Wed,
> 7 Aug 2002, Adam Myrow wrote:
> > If you have it, you can also enable SWAT which gives you a web interface
> > to configure things. Of course, it operates on a non-standard port,
> > usually 901, and you want to keep outsiders from getting at it if you do
> > enable it. It requires the root password before you can do anything, but
> > it is an easy way to set things up.
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