From: AG (atenor_at_email.com)
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 02:03:24 GMT
What Michael said plus the fact that when I've run in a mixed Linux and
Windows environment the Linux boxes could see Windows shares right out of
"Michael Thomas" <mtNOSPAMMING@armory.com> wrote in message
> On Tue, 12 Jul 2005 23:09:20 GMT, Yvonne <email@example.com>
>>I am a totally newbie (About Linux) and I have just installed Fedora on
>>one of my comuters. I have a router and four computers connected to it.
>>One with Fedora and three with Windows. What I wonder is if I can let my
>>Linuxcomputer be a part of the network and reach the files on the
>>Windows computers. One of the computers is NTSF-partion and I have heard
>>that it isn't possible then.
>>1. Do I have to save all the files on CD from the NTSF-partition to let
>>Linux reach them?
>>2. What do I do to make Linux see my other computers in the network? A
>>simple guide for a newbie, please! Because I don't know anything about
>>installing and all that.
>>I would like to get the network to work since I have files there that I
>>need to install on the Linuxmachine later on.
> Look into a program called samba. www.samba.org
> You should also look into using winSCP to transfer files from your
> windows machines to your linux machines using SSH. SSH runs by
> default on most linux distros out of the box.