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Dec 9, 2016, 10:06:20 AM (4 years ago)
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Herwig Bauernfeind
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  • trunk/guitools/sscc/readme.samba

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    1 Samba Server version 3.3.16 for eComStation (OS/2) 1.1.1
     1Samba Server Version 3.6.25 for OS/2 based systems 1.3.0
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    99Samba is freely available under the GNU General Public License.
    1010
    11 You can use this software on eCS (OS/2) in order to replace most
    12 functionality found in outdated products such as IBM Peer, LANServer,
    13 WarpServer and WarpServer for eBusiness on a modern and technically
    14 up to date base.
    15 
    16 This release has a number of problems which were discovered after the
    17 lst release fixed.
    18 
    19 NOTE: You need GCC442.DLL for this release!
     11You can use this software on OS/2 based systems in order to replace most
     12functionality found in outdated products such as IBM Peer, WarpServer
     13and WarpServer for eBusiness on a modern and technically up to date
     14base.
    2015
    2116Homepage:    http://svn.netlabs.org/samba
     
    2419
    2520This software is brought to you by:
    26 - Silvan Scherrer, Switzerland (code maintainer, SWAT, several important fixes)
    27 - Herwig Bauernfeind, Austria (code maintainer, GUI tools, installer, scripts, testing)
    28 - Paul Smedley, Australia (porting)
    29 - Yuri Dario, Italy (locking code, several important fixes, client code)
     21- bww bitwise works GmbH.
     22  - Silvan Scherrer, Switzerland (current code maintainer, SWAT)
     23  - Dmitry Kuminov, Russian Federation (libcx, tdb code testing)
     24  - Herwig Bauernfeind, Austria (GUI tools, installer, scripts, testing)
    3025- all the Samba people
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    32 General feedback can be sent to:
    33 herwig.bauernfeind@aon.at or
    34 silvan.scherrer@aroa.ch
    35 
    3627Enjoy!
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