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Netatalk authorizing with Windows Active Directory Clients

We have an Ubuntu server that we intend to use to share videos and other content over AFP to our client Macs. AFP works flawlessly by setting the allow list to one single user. The problem arises when ...
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afp/smb transfers caps at 2 megabytes/sec, wireless N

I wanted to transfer files between two mac computers. The network is wireless-N and both computers have wireless-N modules in them. The problem is that when I transfer files between them, via file ...
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10.5 clients cannot connect via AFP to OS X 10.4.11 server

Server : xServe running 10.4.11 Login with AFP is successful with Clients: all 10.6.x all 10.4.x Login fails ( or more accurately never produces a login dialog window, just get a "Connecting to ...
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Updating AFP version on Windows Server 2003

We have a couple of Macs, running Leopard and Snow Leopard in our otherwise pure Windows environment. We cannot get file names longer than 31 characters and some times the file permissions gets ...
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Netatalk sharing filename limitation

I want to share file from my linux box to OSX clients. I don't want to use SMB ! I'm using netatalk 2.1.2 but apparently there is a filname length limitation : I've tried ...
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Apple file sharing: bind to a specific interface

My customer have an office small office with just a wifi router. He use this router for internet connectivity and file transfer operations between the desktops. Recently the file transfer activity ...
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Which daemon realize afp fileshare in archlinux?

How can I implement filesharing via apple´s afp protocol on an arch-linux box? My system should serve files to multiple clients with different operating systems. (Windows {XP,7},OS X) For the Windows ...
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Make avahi advertise multiple machine

Is it possible that a single machine running avahi advertises other machines sharing files over afp ? I have different machines running Gentoo but I don't want to run avahi on each server.
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Pros/Cons of filesharing protocols for a Mac environment

In our school division, we have a OS X Server sharing files to up to 120 Mac clients [for things like home folders and group sharepoints]. The AFP protocol is the easiest to set up and use, but that ...