Ethernet and NetBIOS-Server?

Hello,

is there a way to run the Arduino with the Ethernet-Shield as File-Server (NetBIOS)?
Can you create normal TXT-Files with the Arduino that are available about a NetBIOS-Connection?
Alternativ it would be ok, if I could create and save a file with the Arduino on a NetBIOS-Permission on a Windows-PC.

Thanks

The second option is doable, theres a dozen or more ways of doing it it depends on what you're comfortable with. I use linux and bash scripting personally. You write stuff out to serial from the arduino and then have the PC read the serial to the file and serve it up to the network. The arduino just doesn't have the resources to be a fileserver, especially running a library for the ethernet shield.

is there a way to run the Arduino with the Ethernet-Shield as File-Server (NetBIOS)?

WindowsCE does it with embedded devices. However, they have a lot faster hardware resources and more memory at their disposal than the little AVR's. I haven't seen the specs for memory, but I think even the arduino MEGA would have a rough time if it was to also do other things other than just working with file sharing.

You could always try to port samba http://www.samba.org/ to the arduino (sambaduino?)...

I might suggest that it is better to try an http server to download files with the arduino. The WebServer example is close for downloading to a PC. However, you are going to need a couple of other pages to support uploading through a POST.