I have a kubuntu machine.
I want to connect to a mac using AFP.
I’ve installed the netatalk package in kubuntu.
Let me clarify. My main desktop machine is a kubuntu system. I have some downloaded podcasts and music on a macmini that I want to access from my Kubuntu desktop. They are shared and available to other mac systems on the network. I’m just not sure how to access them from kubuntu
Found the answer here:
According to that page:
afpfs-ng is a client for the Apple
Filing Protocol (AFP) which will let
you mount and access shared volumes
from Mac OS X (or netatalk) to Linux,
BSD and Mac OS X systems.
Perfect, that’s what I am wanting!
Also install the
avahi-daemon package. This is ‘Bonjour’ for Linux. It’ll help you go in the other direction as now your Kubuntu box will show up like so in the Finder:
Once this is done, restart both the
avahi-daemon services. Do this by opening a terminal and doing:
$ sudo service netatalk restart
$ sudo service avahi-daemon restart
Hope this helps.