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Re: File sharing with Apple Snow Leopard

Snow Leopard still uses AFP (which is different than Appletalk, actually) to connect with its own Time Capsule so it should work with Netatalk.  Problem lies with password encryption, I think.  Accessing through Samba runs up against the same issue.  Any Netatalk gurus out there who could tell me how to configure it so that encryption is enabled?

On Feb 13, 2010, at 6:57 AM, Tiresia Giuno wrote:

> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 06:14:10 -0700
> Thomas Carlson <tcarlson@sharedcup.com> wrote:
>> Can anyone point me to a good tutorial or tell me what one has to do
>> to enable AFP file sharing to work between a Debian Lenny fileserver
>> and a Mac Pro with Snow Leopard?  Netatalk is installed and running
>> on the Linux machine but trying to connect to it from the Mac Pro
>> gives me an invalid password error message.
>> Tom
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> As far as I know, MacOSX 10.6 Snow Leopard does not support AppleTalk
> anymore (and therefore no Netaltalk). You may use Samba instead
> tiresia
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