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Bug#20254: marked as done (No support for smbfs on 2.0.x kernels)

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Subject: No support for smbfs on 2.0.x kernels
Date: Thu, 26 Mar 1998 09:48:44 -0800
From: David Palmer <dwpalmer@dwpalm.jf.intel.com>

Package: project
Version: 2.0

The frozen Debian GNU/Linux 2.0 distribution is lacking an smbfs
package for 2.0.x kernels.

I'd really appreciate support for these tools.  Not everyone uses the
experimental kernels.


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