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Richard Sharpe

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Issue #39, Section #4 (26 Jan 2001: Work On libsmbclient Progressing)
Issue #38, Section #1 (15 Jan 2001: URI syntax for smb library)
Issue #38, Section #2 (15 Jan 2001: Smb browsing syntax update)
Issue #38, Section #5 (15 Jan 2001: Problem building libsmbclient)
Issue #37, Section #1 (29 Dec 2000: W2K joining SMB Server the saga continues)
Issue #32, Section #5 (11 Nov 2000: A patch to allow Windows 2K to samba domain)
Issue #31, Section #3 (2 Nov 2000: Problems With Win9X Profiles In 2.2 Snapshot)
Issue #27, Section #3 (6 Oct 2000: Client-Side SMB Implementation)
Issue #27, Section #5 (6 Oct 2000: Getting familar with Samba source code)
Issue #19, Section #3 (13 Apr 2000: The Flat NetBIOS Namespace Problem)
Issue #18, Section #2 (29 Mar 2000: UTMP Issues)
Issue #18, Section #4 (29 Mar 2000: How [Not] to Join a Domain Securely)
Issue #14, Section #2 (1 Mar 2000: Windows95 and Beer)
Issue #12, Section #2 (16 Feb 2000: The Quota Problem Again)
Issue #12, Section #6 (16 Feb 2000: Setting System Time on NT)
Issue #12, Section #8 (16 Feb 2000: Browsing Semantics, and BDC Auto-Updating)
Issue #11, Section #2 (9 Feb 2000: SMB Without NetBIOS Sessions)
Issue #11, Section #4 (9 Feb 2000: The Sendmail Trap)
Issue #10, Section #4 (2 Feb 2000: Unnecessary User Lookups)
Issue #9, Section #1 (26 Jan 2000: Win95 Profiles/Home Directories Madness)
Issue #7, Section #3 (12 Jan 2000: File Locking in The BeOS)
Issue #7, Section #7 (12 Jan 2000: Samba and LDAP)
Issue #7, Section #8 (12 Jan 2000: Domain Login Options in smb.conf)
Issue #6, Section #1 (5 Jan 2000: SAMBA_TNG CVS Branch Malfunctions)
Issue #5, Section #3 (29 Dec 1999: DMB's vs. LMB's)
Issue #4, Section #4 (22 Dec 1999: Documenting Samba Code, Why Or Why Not)
Issue #4, Section #7 (22 Dec 1999: Gripe Session on Open-Source Leeches)
Issue #1, Section #1 (30 Nov 1999: Richard Sharpe vs. Windows 2000)
Issue #1, Section #2 (30 Nov 1999: Confusion About Browse Masters of Multiple Subnets)
Issue #1, Section #3 (30 Nov 1999: More On Windows 2000 Domains)

 

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