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Re: "Export" to remote location - how?

From: Ryan Ernst <rernst-lists_at_warflame.ca>
Date: 2005-06-12 15:30:47 CEST

> > Have you tried using samba to share the destination web-server directory
> > on the linux server so that it can be remote-mounted from both windows
> > and linux boxen? You can then export to the local path and it will be
> > pushed directly to the web server.
> > Ryan Ernst
> Thanks for the idea Ernst. I have thought about it, but we have not
> tried it yet. Somehow I was hoping there was an "easier" way, but maybe
> not?

To clarify, my given name is 'Ryan'. Ernst is my family name.

as far as I can see, samba is the 'easy' way. It requires some setup, yes, but
once you've got the share and samba accounts set up and the developers'
machines automounting it, there's very little in the way of maintenance.
Samba is a very stable and versatile piece of software: I use it for a lot of
things, most of which involve interconnecting windows and linux computers in
some way. I've found that the easiest way to set up a samba server is to use
webmin: it lets you administer the samba server through a web browser.

Ryan Ernst
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Received on Sun Jun 12 15:32:55 2005

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