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On Tue, Dec 1, 2020, 9:10 AM Anssi Saari <as@sci.fi> wrote:
Kanito 73 <kanito73@hotmail.com> writes:

> At first I thought to use both SAMBA for LINUX-WINDOWS and maybe NFS for LINUX-LINUX but I used NFS long time
> ago and it was slow as a turtle. Is there another networking service available that runs faster only for
> LINUX-LINUX or it is better to use SAMBA for everything_

Personally I don't bother with Samba for file sharing on my home network
since Microsoft's seen the light and Windows 10 (Pro) includes NFS
support. And no, NFS is not slow as a turtle.

Hello Anssi, 

I am helping a friend make Windows 10 Pro talk to a variation of Debian (Linux Mint 20).  Separately, I am running Windows 8.1, under QEMU-KVM on Bullseye. 

Can you provide a Microsoft (or related) link to the Windows NFS Support? (On this List. You do not need to cc me). 


Kenneth Parker 

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