[SATLUG] New Ubuntu Networking Topic...
hc at lookcee.com
Thu Jan 10 15:05:49 CST 2008
Ernest De Leon wrote:
> This link should help you out...
Ernest, I am having same problems as Ed and quite frankly I cannot deal
with the flash movie thingy, I still have very mixed results with Flash
and this one does not run on my machine, would you also have a
recommended link that details this in text besides
I find them incomplete since they assume i know Linux better than I do.
I wish it could be done with the mouse since I never seem to be
comfortable with the CLI.
> On Jan 10, 2008 11:49 AM, Ed <etillman93 at peoplepc.com> wrote:
>> Hi Folks;
>> 'Been a while since I visited, and I have some Ubuntu networking
>> questions, if someone has the time and willingness to go into detail
>> over them. Thanks in advance...
>> I have a mixed wired/wireless network in my home, composed of a _Windoze
>> 2K server_ (wired), an_ Ubuntu Linux tower_ (wired, relatively new, can
>> use as an experimental lab...), an _Ubuntu Linux laptop_ (wireless) I've
>> been using for nearly a year, and several visiting family members with
>> _wireless Windoze laptops_ who occasionally hook into my network.
>> Problem: All the Linux machines, and the visiting Windoze laptops, can
>> see and share files from my Windoze server. However, I can't seem to
>> make the Ubuntu Linux shares visible to, and share-able on the network.
>> I want to learn basic networking and file/application sharing from the
>> Linux end, because, I eventually want to do away with Windows entirely
>> in my house, and go fully Linux, save for my Windoze laptop-bearing
>> visitors, who will also still need to access my then-all-Linux network.
>> File sharing in/with Windoze/NTFS is relatively easy, but at the cost of
>> being leaky as a sieve. Any suggestions? As mentioned above, I have a
>> Linux machine I can use as a server lab if/when help becomes available.
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