[CentOS] howto avoid Samba

Fri Aug 2 15:56:16 UTC 2013
Kevin Thorpe <kevin.thorpe at pibenchmark.com>

Nfsaxe will let you add NFS client support to Windows


On 29 July 2013 11:14, Johan Vermeulen <jvermeulen at cawdekempen.be> wrote:

> Dear All,
> I'm replacing an older OpenSuse server with a new Centos6.4 server.
> So far that goes ok, except that the OpenSuse server is also a samba
> server with ldap connection.
> Since I replaced all but 2 machines in the building from Windows to
> Linux, I was hoping not to install Samba on the new server. ( And also
> because I can't get it to work on Centos. )
> I saw a post on the mailinglist some time ago about Windows and Nfs, but
> find that Nfs is supported on Win7 Ultimate but not on Professional
> edition.
> I apologise if another way was mentioned in this post and I missed it.
> I googled and tried Omni-Nfs, but could not get a connection working.
> I installed TightVnc on Windows and that connects ok to the Centos
> server, but shared clipboard does not work.
> Can anyone point met to a useful solution to enable file sharing to Win7
> Pro without Samba?
> Many thanks.
> greetings, J.
> --
> Johan Vermeulen
> IT-medewerker
> Caw De Kempen
> Opensource Software is the future.
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