I've installed Samba, and had relatively no problems connecting to a shared directory on Solaris. Now I'd like to go the other way. Ultimately, what I want to accomplish is this: (however, if I just receive info on sharing a windows directory from my Solaris, that'd be good too)
prompt# ufsdump 0cfu /dev/rmt/2 /dev/rdsk/c0t3d0s0
...OR, something like this...
prompt# ufsdump xfs /dev/rmt/2
Where /dev/rmt/2 (which doesn't exist yet) is a shared "virtual mount point" located on a Windows Box. I know I'll loose permissions...because of the Windows NTFS, but I'd like to simple restore the data to this drive.
Thanks for any comments. With any proposed solutions, please let me know of any security holes that may exist...or to watch out for.