Network Drive Installation without using Samba


I have a network of 4 systems, all running 8.04LTS. I would like to
obtain and install a Network Drive without using Samba. The only info I
have found about installing and accessing a Network Drive seem to use
Samba. I do not need nor do I want an interface to other than Ubuntu
based systems that OD NOT dual boot.

How do I go about it?


Jay Ridgley
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Registered Ubuntu User ID - 23320

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