[CentOS] where is samba?

Sun Jul 23 22:15:52 UTC 2017
mad.scientist.at.large at tutanota.com <mad.scientist.at.large at tutanota.com>

Obnoxius, seems to be the order of the day for companies that started with "FOSS" but don't want to comply with the licensing they were once so happy about because it gave them a product at a very low cost.  now everyone is getting greedy.  Then again money for nothing is the american dream these days.  Might be nice to change the wiki rather than frustrate new and old users.

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23. Jul 2017 15:09 by ad+lists at uni-x.org:

> Am 23.07.2017 um 23:03 schrieb > mad.scientist.at.large at tutanota.com> :
>> Thank you, I should have been more specific, I was actually looking for the newer versions at <
>> http://www.sernet.de/en/samba>> >  referenced in the wiki about additional repositories at <>> https://wiki.centos.org/PatrickDGarvey/AdditionalResources/Repositories>> >.  The sernet site was easy to navigate in English before, but i can't make heads or tails of it now.  i should also mention that i'm currently using centos 6.6 "FINAL".  will be updating soon.
> SerNet no longer offers their Samba packages for free.
> Alexander
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