This lecture is about setting up SAMBA, which enables interaction with SMB-based networks, comprising of Microsoft Windows machines.
We will cover file and print sharing between Windows and Linux over SMB, and discuss the issues of Hebrew in (network) file systems. This lecture focuses on home users. We will not cover using SAMBA in the enterprise, and NT domain controller servers.
Several tools that are not part of SAMBA, but are useful for accessing windows shares will also be shown, including lisa and cups.Alon Altman