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SubjectRe: Slow start -- Linux vs. NT -- it's time to acknowledge the problem!
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Followup to:  <1007137256.1244.0.camel@aurora>
By author: "Trever L. Adams" <vichu@digitalme.com>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> On Fri, 2001-11-30 at 11:02, Jessica Blank wrote:
> > Sooo... having the Windows-type person remove NetBEUI and Windows
> > filesharing (SMB) would fix this if this is indeed the cause of problems?
> >
>
> Partially. SMB can be an ok netizen given that you disable NetBEUI and
> possibly IPX. It won't be the best netizen, but it won't be so insanely
> broken.
>

Indeed. Note that even Microsoft have been recommending running SMB
over TCP/IP and disabling other protocols for many years now; starting
in Win98 this is the default configuration.

-hpa

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