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Eg. Connecting Ubuntu to a Windows 2003 server.
On my list of things to learn, if someone was an expert I would love a talk on ruby Steve
Good places to start ? tools to program Gumsticks GP2X ( http://www.gp2x.net.au/?p=productsMore&iProduct=8) Linux outside of the desktop/server environment Gab
“SAMBA to do the job of a domain controller. I seem to remember you used to be able to use SAMBA as NT4 domain controller. Wondering if something better is possible nowadays”– Mark
“A simple read of the SAMBA HOWTO Collection will reveal that SAMBA-3 is still only an NT4 Domain Controller. SAMBA-4 is in alpha release and will do Active Directory (200x) Domain Control. The HOWTO is rather good. With practice, you can get a SAMBA based NT4 domain going with PDCs and BDCs, Windows Clients and Domain Member Servers just by following the HOWTO and the SAMBA-3 By Example text.” – Casso
“Wouldn't mind seeing some decent ways of using Bluetooth Under Linux/Ubuntu.” Nuggy
Stuff on how to squeeze more performance (without sacrificing functionality) out of Linux - PAC
What plugs-in work for you, making the Linux version deal with all those sites that seem to only work under Windows (like ABC kids [http://www.abc.net.au/abckids/]) - PAC
Tips/tricks/gotchas/work-a-rounds for mixed environments. -PAC