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Steve Langasek

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Issue #38, Section #1 (15 Jan 2001: URI syntax for smb library)
Issue #38, Section #2 (15 Jan 2001: Smb browsing syntax update)
Issue #36, Section #3 (23 Dec 2000: Confusion With mktmp() Libary Call)
Issue #35, Section #2 (10 Dec 2000: Possible GPL Violation By LocSoft)
Issue #24, Section #8 (30 Jun 2000: Passwd -> SMBpasswd Synchronization)
Issue #23, Section #2 (18 May 2000: The Microsoft Kerberos Issue)
Issue #23, Section #4 (18 May 2000: What Do Samba Codepages Really Do?)
Issue #18, Section #5 (29 Mar 2000: Virtual Machines and Virtual X Servers)
Issue #16, Section #7 (15 Mar 2000: Crypt() Returning NULL)
Issue #13, Section #7 (23 Feb 2000: NT Authenticating to a Unix Server?)
Issue #12, Section #4 (16 Feb 2000: The Microsoft Kerberos Implementation)
Issue #11, Section #4 (9 Feb 2000: The Sendmail Trap)
Issue #9, Section #6 (26 Jan 2000: Unix/NT User Mappings and Home Directories)
Issue #8, Section #1 (19 Jan 2000: Printing Problems from Windows95)
Issue #8, Section #12 (19 Jan 2000: BDC Functionality Getting Closer)
Issue #7, Section #1 (12 Jan 2000: SID to UID/GID Mappings)
Issue #7, Section #8 (12 Jan 2000: Domain Login Options in smb.conf)
Issue #4, Section #5 (22 Dec 1999: Luke's Grandiose Rewriting Plans)
Issue #2, Section #1 (7 Dec 1999: Emulation of NT Network Client Tools, And a Little Microsoft-Bashing)

 

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