Subject: Re: Netatalk & Network Trash Folder
To: Matthew Theobalds <email@example.com>
From: Roger Fischer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/14/2001 14:53:04
Unfortunately, the expected usage of Netatalk, is to provide a file server.
That is... to have a folder or directory that is accessible as a Mac
Volume. It's not intended to make the entire unix hierarchy available to a
What I've done is to create a subdirectory in my $HOME directory called "Mac".
Then in "/etc/netatalk/AppleVolumes.default"
I replaced the '~' with the following:
~/Mac "Home on Max"
That gives me a couple of good directories to keep stuff in without
littering my unix filesystem with Mac finder info.
At 1:49 PM -0800 1/14/01, Matthew Theobalds wrote:
>Not so long ago gabriel rosenkoetter said:
>> Fix Apple's network file system handling.
>> (In other words, you're out of luck, because MacOS insists they're