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Best place to get "Fedora 14" tips - particularly setting up Samba

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Anyone know some good resources / forums etc .

Goal is to get Samba installed and config it so it can be hooked up with Win xp / win 7 as a file server.
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One resource is:

linuxhomenetworking.com


It is kind of old but is still a good resource to get an understand of things.

Another good one is http://www.cyberciti.biz/

It has good article on it.
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