Art Alexion on 30 Aug 2005 15:11:10 -0000

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Re: [PLUG] Linux-Mac connections

That is what I thought also. What was most puzzling was the fact that
the windows client was working.  Then I noticed that the Windows client
was also exhibiting the same behavior.  I fixed it by uninstalling
dhcp3-server, rebooting (because uninstalling didn't seem to help) and
going back to relying on hard coded internal IP addresses.  I think the
problem was with dhcpd.conf, but I couldn't figure out what it was.

Flint Heart wrote:

>I've never had smb issues with my powerbook and linux servers for what its
>worth...  Sounds like you have something on the linux box misconfigured to
>On Mon, Aug 29, 2005 at 12:44:17PM -0400, Art Alexion wrote:
>>I am wondering if the problems I am experiencing would disappear if I
>>was using NFS instead of SMB.  Can I use NFS (with the Mac) and SMB
>>(with a Win2k client) simultaneously?


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