Re: Perl administration for Linux fileserver

From: Burcin Erocal (
Date: 02/06/03

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    Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 23:27:53 +0200
    From: Burcin Erocal <>
    To: Jos Kirps|EducDesign <>

    You should take a look at AFS:

    On Mon, 3 Feb 2003 17:29:32 +0100
    Jos Kirps|EducDesign <> wrote:

    > Hello everyone,
    > I would like to set up a Linux based file server accessible for Linux,
    > Windows and Mac clients. The administration shall be done remotely
    > (web based GUI on a client machine) using Perl scripts. The Perl
    > scripts must be able to:
    > - add and remove directories on the server (that's not the problem)
    > - add and remove users (username & password -> problem)
    > - set access rights for the created directories (-> also a problem)

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