Is anyone out there successfully attaching MAC clients to a Linux server? I
would appreciate knowing what, if any technical resources are available to
help me do the same.
Ed Karjala - Derry, NH
This process is done via a package called netatalk available from
http://thehamptons.com/anders/netatalk and installed under Linux.
From the chooser mac users can see your Linux box and connect to
There's been a Netatalk project out there for years. It lets Linux
boxes share their printers as LaserWriters on the Mac network, and use
other shared printers as their own. The best features are the
AppleShare server possibilities. You can use normal DDP or the new
AppleShare IP with the latest version.
You can download the latest netatalk rpm from Redhat's contrib site (or
any mirrors). It's called
I don't have the link to the homepage on me. Do a search on Alta Vista
-- Bryan (take out the _no_spam for return email)
> Is anyone out there successfully attaching MAC clients to a Linux server? I
> would appreciate knowing what, if any technical resources are available to
> help me do the same.
> Ed Karjala - Derry, NH
I have a problem with my Linux-Fileserver when a Mac-Client tries to
edit a file, which was put on the fileserver by a windows-machine. Samba
and Netatalk are running but when a Win-Client puts for example a
jpg-file on the fileserver and a mac tries to copy this file on his hd,
the mac gets an error-message "could not copy file on the desktop
because I could not find the file".
Does anyone know how to fix this? Thanks a lot...
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