June 19, 2003

Puget Sound Technology teaching Samba lecture in Everett, Washington

PST writes Continuing its series of monthly open source lectures, Puget Sound
Technology's next workshop covers beginning Samba administration for
Windows file and printer sharing. The workshop will be held Tuesday,
July 29, 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., in Everett, Wash. It will cover the
basics of Samba installations and configurations for providing standard
Windows file and printer services.

Samba is a free SMB (Server Message Block) and CIFS (Common Internet
File Sharing) client and server for Unix-type systems. It is the
standard protocol used with Microsoft Windows for sharing files
and printers. Combined with a GNU/Linux or BSD operating system,
Samba can be used as a low-cost replacement for file or printer
servers.

The three-hour workshop will also cover common Samba configuration
sections and parameters, starting the daemons, listing available
shares, using the Samba command-line client, setting up a printer
service, and common graphical interfaces for Samba.

This Samba seminar is one of a series of ongoing training events
covering open source software provided by Puget Sound Technology.
Seating is limited. For more information or to register, visit http://www.pugetsoundtechnology.com/training/works hops/.

About Puget Sound Technology

Puget Sound Technology helps companies save money by using BSD,
Linux, free software and open source solutions. Located in the
north Seattle, Wash. area, Puget Sound Technology provides professional
planning and designing, implementation, operations, training, and
maintenance services for computer systems and networks. For more
information, please visit www.pugetsoundtechnology.com."

Link: pugetsoundtechnology.com

Click Here!