On Fri, 21 December 2001, "Simon Coulter" wrote:

> I would be interested to know if you get it working.  I think using PASE
> would be the easiest way to implement Samba -- especially if there are AIX
> binaries.

Further, would there be any point to running Samba in a Linux partition? I 
mean, if the point is to share iSeries objects, the Linux partition wouldn't be 
much use, would it? Wouldn't it only share the Linux space? Wouldn't 
Linux/Samba have to talk to Netserver in order to access native OS/400 objects 
anyway? I'd think PASE/Samba would have it much easier.

Tom Liotta

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