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Old 12th May 2008, 09:24 PM
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Make a partition AFS on server Fedora for use with Time Machine on Leopard

I wanted to make save by Time machine on Fedora Server.
The problem is that Time Machine works only on Apple File Sytem (AFS)
I wanted to declare a partition AFS on my server .
Actually I have made share with samba but Time Machine don't work.
Do you think that share by NFS could work ?
If someone have make the save machine by Time machine on Fedora , I am very happy to listen it solution
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