I've got 4 RedHat Linux 6.1 machines, connected together through NFS etc., and need to sort out a proper backup system. I've also a Dell PowerEdge running WinNT Terminal Server, which has an internal SCSI 24GB DAT drive. Is possible to backup from my Linux machines directly onto the DAT drive in the NT Server? It would save me spending £1000 on yet another DAT drive! Any suggestions?
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