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Using Samba Explains basic installation and configuration of Samba - on both the client and server side. This book also describes security, cross-platform compatibility, and resource discovery that make the difference between whether users see the folder they expect or a cryptic error message, along with the internals of the Windows activities and protocols. Full description


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Excellent Source of Information 3 décembre 1999
Par B. Connelly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I'd been wanting to set up Samba on my LAN for quite a while, but I just couldn't find decent documentation on it. I even e-mailed O'Reilly with the suggestion of making a Samba book and was very happy to be told that one was on its way. This book not only covers Samba and its configuration, but also explains it's protocol SMB/CIFS very well. I was able to breeze through the book in a short time and have Samba up and running perfectly within a week. O'Reilly lives up to it's reputation with this one.
37 internautes sur 40 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Outstanding Treatment of Samba and Networking 10 août 2000
Par Robert L. Cochran - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is by far the finest computer book I have ever read. I recommend this book to people wanting to install and use Samba because no other book, HOWTO, or online forum explains SAMBA so well. I also recommend this book to people just getting their feet wet with networking because it comprehensively examines both Linux and Windows networking issues in an extremely easy to read, step-by-step way.
This book has screen shots -- a lot of them. This book has examples -- a lot of them. This book has very easily followed writing that tells you how to set up your Linux and Windows machines and how to get Samba going. The book sits down with you, rolls up your sleeves, and shows you how to progress in a way that yeilds desired results -- Samba installs and works on your network! It blends instruction with just the right amount of background explanation without forcing you to read page after page of useless, smothering detail. A lot of authors would be well advised to achieve this kind of balance in computer books and darn few succeed. I had my Windows box talking to my Linux box via Samba in just a day. I spent about 2 weeks going over the book and studying my existing Windows network before making any software changes whatsoever.
This book offers a comprehensive networking fault tree people new to networking will find extremely useful. Follow this fault tree and you will be able to correct general networking problems as well as specific Samba problems. When I had networking problems back when I first got into Linux with Red Hat 6.0, I could have fixed them with this book's fault tree. It would have saved me hours of frustration to have worked through this book's fault tree.
I think everyone wanting to connect Linux boxes to Windows boxes should rush to order this book and then spend 2 weeks reading it cover to cover before messing with ANY network settings. You will be rewarded for your money and patience with results and a feeling of genuine accomplishment.
I've noticed a trend in Linux books where the authors like to waste space and reader's time with useless banner "warnings" and sometimes repetitive moralizing. Some writers print warnings every 2 pages and sound as bad as hoax emails. Well you won't find many warnings in Using Samba. They are worth reading when found.
As far as I can see, there are only 2 bad points about this book and you can't blame the authors for them: unless it is lovingly revised in a new edition, increasing rollouts of Windows 2000 will rapidly obsolete the excellent Samba advice you can get here. As of this writing (August 2000), Windows Millenium Edition will be available to consumers September 14, and depending on sales this may help obsolete the book also. The second bad point is that Samba has not gone into a new version which can deal with Windows 2000 and Millenium Edition yet. It is still stuck at 2.0.7. Hopefully the Samba team will release a new version in the near future covering Windows 2000. And I sure hope The Samba Book, as it is called, is revised to cover the new Windows products!
32 internautes sur 36 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Another Great O'Reilly Book 31 décembre 1999
Par Joe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've beed using Samba for the last 2 years and this book helped me finally understand how to properly configure it in 1 night. Very well written and easy to understand. Topics like oplocks and network printer configuration are explained in an easy to read manner. If your using or plan to use Samba, you need this book. Well worth the money.
18 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Obsolete and No longer applicable 3 décembre 2005
Par Joaquin Menchaca - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book covers the older SAMBA 2.0 which has a set of solutions for 10-year old Windows NT domain era of obsoleted technologies. There is some small mention of SAMBA 3.0 in the later edition, but it is still 98% SAMBA 2.0 based, which is far too overdocumented.

Even if this was SAMBA 3.0, it might not be enough because really the newer SAMBA 3.0.20 has made incredible breakthroughs in interoperability with Windows 2000/2003 ActiveDirectory single-sign-on solutions. Perhaps a newer release of this book or other material will cover the current solutions that are applicable in today's (or tomorrow's) marketplace.

So in a sense, this book doesn't really add any value, unless you are a System Administrator for Windows NT 4.0 computers that need interoperability with Linux (or the converse Linux that acquired out-of-market and deprecated Windows NT 4.0, maybe from a flea market, etc.).
15 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The only Samba book you'll need 8 avril 2000
Par Douglas S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Outstanding book, I knew very little about Samba configuration before I received this book. Had a file & print server up & running on an NT domain in 2 days. If you can only buy one Samba book, make it this one.
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