Date Added: Feb 2008
Working (or living) within a Linux-based network is become more and more commonplace. And with the popularity of Mac OS X rising, Apple-based computers have to play well inside a Linux network. With the help of Samba this is not only possible, it's easy to configure and establish. Jack Wallen takes a look at how a Mac OS X computer connects to a Samba share.
This download is also available as an entry in the TechRepublic Linux and Open Source blog.