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You don't give me any information about what type of clients actually need the access -- Windows PC clients or other Linux clients. If the answer is Windows PC clients, you'll want to use Samba. If these are other Unix clients or Linux clients, then you could use NFS. If you would please send me more info on exactly what you are trying to do, and what type of clients need access, I'll try to help you some more.
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