What is Samba?
Samba is a suite of programs which work together to allow clients to access a server's filespace and printers via the SMB (Server Message Block) protocol.
SEAS uses Samba to provide home directory access from Lab PCs. Samba drive mounting is currently available only when connected to the SEAS network, which consists of Moore, Towne, Levine, Hayden and LRSM.
- For more information about Samba, see the Samba home page: http://us4.samba.org/samba/what_is_samba.html
- Mapping Eniac Home Directories on a Windows machine