Ya know what? I know how to do it, and until you sound a little more
sincere in your apology,
I AIN'T TELLIN
Netatalk, it's what you need.
As for Macintoshes, as a recovering admin, out of the SGI's, DEC,
Sun, HP, NT, Win95, PowerMac 7200 and 6200, LCIII's I've had to admin,
the PowerMacs gave me the most trouble. There's a _reason_ some people
don't like them.
On Fri, 05 Jun 1998 12:45:06 +0000, digital_terrorist
>> You're right, that was thoughtless, It's just habit to refer to them that
>> way. Every place that I've had contact with them, they have been a
>> > I have absolutely no experience networking Macs at all. I've been asked
>> > if we could put a Linux mail/web/etc server in a mac office and have it
>> > act as a server for some Power Macintrash's. Is this possible? I've seen
>> > something mentioned about appletalk, but I've not worked with it.
>> > If anyone could point me in a direction that might help, I'd really
>> > appreciate it.
>> Try leaving out 'Macintrash' and ask again...the people who probably have
>> the experience you're looking for may be less willing to help...
Chris "Saundo" Saunderson
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