Samba-3 by Example
by John H. Terpstra
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR 2005
Number of pages: 512
The definitive Samba-3 guidebook has been completely updated to reflect the latest Samba releases and migration techniques. This book's complete configuration files, step-by-step implementation instructions, network diagrams, and automated scripts make deployment a breeze—even if you've never worked with Samba before.
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