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1.6 How Can I Get Samba?

Samba is available in both binary and source format from a set of mirror sites across the Internet. The primary home site for Samba is located at http://www.samba.org /.

However, if you don't want to wait for packets to arrive all the way from Australia, mirror sites for Samba can be found at any of several locations on the Internet. A list of mirrors is given at the primary Samba home page.

In addition, a CD-ROM distribution is available in the back of this book. We strongly encourage you to start with the CD-ROM if this is your first time using Samba. We've included source and binaries up to Samba 2.0.5 with this book. In addition, several of the testing tools that we refer to through the book are conveniently packaged on the CD-ROM.


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