March 13, 2011, 6:32 p.m.
posted by homene
In this chapter, you learned how to configure a Fedora Core 4 computer to act as a file server for other Linux or Unix computers, as well as for Windows computers on your network.
To enable your Network File System (NFS) service, you learned to do the following:
To enable your Windows file sharing service, you learned to do the following:
Using the techniques you learned in this chapter, you should now be able to efficiently and naturally exchange files with nearly any computer on your network.
This chapter presented enough information to get you up and running. However, if you plan to run a high-volume or high-profile file server, you should seriously consider consulting more advanced documentation for these services and for Linux network security. One of the favorite sources of documentation in the Linux world is The Linux Documentation Project at http://www.tldp.org.