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Linking up an iMac to an OpenBSD box to a Windows 2000 box to a Windows Millenium Edition box is a lot harder than I thought. I have failed at getting either Samba or netatalk to work on the unix box. Both will compile, but both have serious problems when launched. There was even difficulty sharing between the Windows ME and Windows 2000 boxes! I forgot that I disabled Guest access on the W2K machine, and that prevented the WinME machine from connecting. Grr