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Red Hat added DFS support to their kernel-level CIFS driver in Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5.3, though the feature was rather underreported (one of the few search results I found that reported the change was http://www.h-online.com/newsticker/news/item/What-s-new-in-Red-Hat-Enterprise-Linux-5-3-7... ). Instructions for for testing it out are at http://blog.evad.info/2009/02/21/how-to-use-cifs-dfs-in-red-hat-enterprise-linux-53/ ... . Apparently the code was checked in the Linux kernel in version 2.6.25 and is also available in the Ubuntu distribution as of version 8.10. I haven't gone back and tested it in quite a while, but from what I recall, it worked fine with stand-alone DFS namespaces; I never tested it with a domain-based namespace.
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