Re: Networking under SuSe
On 5 Maj, 03:03, ray <r...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Fri, 04 May 2007 17:40:45 -0700, mohedsuse wrote:
Oh yea, forgot tomention that im using SuSe on comp1, ubuntu on comp 2
and Fedora on comp 3. In other words full Linux. Baysicly im just out
to be able to share folders betwen the three computers.
Best way is NFS.
Thx a million guys, I'll read up on NFS and and SAMBA.
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... and Fedora on comp 3. ... In other words full Linux. ... to be able to share folders betwen the three computers. ...
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