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This section contains information related to Samba, the suite of software Fedora uses to interact with Microsoft Windows systems.
 
This section contains information related to Samba, the suite of software Fedora uses to interact with Microsoft Windows systems.
  
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Fedora 10 includes samba-3.2.1.  This is only a minor release over the version included in Fedora 9, 3.2.0, so users upgrading from Fedora 9 should see no specific issuesHowever, users upgrading from earlier versions of Samba would be well advised to carefully review the notes in  the samba 3.2 release notes (http://samba.org/samba/history/samba-3.2.0.html), as well as reviewing the news article on Samba 3.2 (http://news.samba.org/) which highlights some of the major changes.
 
 
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Samba (Windows Compatibility)

This section contains information related to Samba, the suite of software Fedora uses to interact with Microsoft Windows systems.

Fedora 10 includes samba-3.2.1. This is only a minor release over the version included in Fedora 9, 3.2.0, so users upgrading from Fedora 9 should see no specific issues. However, users upgrading from earlier versions of Samba would be well advised to carefully review the notes in the samba 3.2 release notes (http://samba.org/samba/history/samba-3.2.0.html), as well as reviewing the news article on Samba 3.2 (http://news.samba.org/) which highlights some of the major changes.