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Configuration files are automatically installed for you by the RPM package versions of Netatalk. If you are installing from the source distribution, you need to install these from
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rtmp 1/ddp # Routing Table Maintenance Protocol nbp 2/ddp # Name Binding Protocol echo 4/ddp # AppleTalk Echo Protocol zip 6/ddp # Zone Information Protocol afpovertcp 548/tcp # AFP over TCP afpovertcp 548/udp
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The afpd server will implement both classic AppleTalk and AppleShare IP, though classic AppleTalk also requires that the atalkd server be running. Once apfd is started, you can then use your Macintosh client to access your shared Linux directories or printers. On your Macintosh, select AppleShare under the Chooser. Your Netatalk server should appear. For AppleShare IP, select the AppleShareIP button and enter your Netatalk server's IP address. You can then log in to the server and access shared files. If you want to use Netatalk to mount Apple file systems locally say, like an Apple CDROM disk you need to have HFS support in your kernel. HFS (Hierarchical File System) is the Apple file system format. You can then use the fork=netatalk option to use Netatalk to access an Apple CD-ROM disk. Note Currently under development is the afpfs daemon, which allows Linux systems to mount Apple file systems.
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With Samba, you can connect your Windows clients on a Microsoft Windows network to services such as shared files, systems, and printers controlled by the Linux Samba server. Whereas most Unix and Linux systems use the TCP/IP protocol for networking, Microsoft networking with Windows uses a different protocol, called the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol, that implements a local area network (LAN) of PCs running Windows. SMB makes use of a network interface called Network Basic Input Output System (NetBIOS) that allows Windows PCs to share resources, such as printers and disk space. One Windows PC on such a network can access part of another Windows PC's disk drive as if it were its own. SMB was originally designed for small LANs. To connect it to larger networks, including those with Unix systems, Microsoft developed the Common Internet File System (CIFS). CIFS still uses SMB and NetBIOS for Windows networking. Andrew Tridgell wrote a version of SMB he called Samba. Samba also allows Unix and Linux systems to connect to such a Windows network, as if they were Windows PCs. Unix systems can share resources on Windows systems as if they were just another Windows PC. Windows PCs can also access resources on
Unix systems as if they were Windows systems. Samba, in effect, has become a professional level, open source, and free version of CIFS. It also runs much faster than CIFS. Samba effectively enables you to use a Linux or Unix server as a network server for a group of Windows machines operating on a Windows network. You can also use it to share files on your Linux system with other Windows PCs, or to access files on a Windows PC from your Linux system, as well as between Windows PCs. On Linux systems, an smbfs file system enables you, in effect, to mount a remote SMB-shared directory on to your own file system. You can then access it as if it were a directory on your local system. You can obtain extensive documentation and current releases from the Samba Web and FTP sites at www.samba.org and ftp.samba.org. RPM packages can be obtained from respective distribution FTP sites, such as ftp.redhat.com. Samba is also included on most Linux distributions. Other information can be obtained from the SMB newsgroup, comp.protocols.smb. Extensive documentation is provided with the software package and installed on your system, usually in the /usr/share/doc directory under a subdirectory bearing the name of the Samba release. Here, you can find extensive documentation in HTML and text format, as well as numerous examples and the current FAQs. Samba HOW-TO documentation is also available at www.linuxdoc.org. The examples include sample smb.conf files for different kinds of configuration. The home page of the SWAT configuration utility also provides Web page-based Samba documentation, as well as contextlevel help for different features. The Samba software package consists of two server daemons and several utility programs: smbd, nmbd, smbclient, smbmount, smbumount, smbstatus, and testparm (see Table 38-1). One daemon, smbd, provides file and printer services to SMB clients and other systems, such as Windows, that support SMB. The nmbd utility is a daemon that provides NetBIOS name resolution and service browser support. The smbclient utility provides FTP-like access by Linux clients to Samba services. smbmount and smbumount enable Linux clients to mount and unmount Samba shared directories. The smbstatus utility displays the current status of the smb server and who is using it. You use testparm to test your Samba configuration. smbtar is a shell script that backs up SMB/CIFS-shared resources directly to a Unix tape drive. You use nmblookup to map the NetBIOS name of a Windows PC to its IP address. Included also with the package is the Samba Web administration tool (SWAT). This enables you to use a Web page interface to create and maintain your Samba configuration file, /etc/samba/smb.conf. Samba configuration files are kept in the /etc/samba directory. Table 38-1: Samba Applications Description Samba server daemon that provides file and printer services to SMD clients Samba daemon that provides NetBIOS name resolution and service browser support Provides FTP-like access by Linux clients to Samba services Mounts Samba share directories on Linux clients Unmounts Samba share directories mounted on Linux clients Changes SMB-encrypted passwords on Samba servers Displays the current status of the SMB network connections
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