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sibu_rajappan 05-28-2004 02:11 AM

how can i access windows system just sa i do //192.168.1.1 in the run program in wind
 
in windows u can use the run program and just typin " //192.168.1.1/c "
and ur in the c drive of that machine ...can i have a shortcut like that in linux or wat is the teminal command to connect to a remote windows or linux sys other than telnet...

LinuxLala 05-28-2004 03:47 AM

i believe that you would first need to set up your samba server. That would allow the linux machine to be accessible by the windows machine and vice versa.

Poetics 05-28-2004 04:15 AM

"//192.168.1.1" would only work if they were sharing something, and "//192.168.1.1/c" only if they were sharing something as "c" -- as Lala said, make sure to not only have samba installed but the daemons running as well (smbd and nmbd, IIRC). This will give you access to-and-from (once successfully set up) one box to the other without problem.

-- Poetics

sibu_rajappan 05-28-2004 07:14 AM

i have configured the samba server and i can view all thew files and the sytem in my lan in the network server of the RH9 the thing is that i just want to know if there was an easy way like in windows to access the shared files in the network by using the terminal commands. like the
same " \\door\c" in windows..... i can only see the systems in the lan when i start my xserver or when i mount those samba shared files to my hard drive ........without either mounting or starting Xserver can i see all the systems connecting in the lan..................

and pls tell me how can i access a windows sytem in lan from my RH9 thru telnet................windows to linux works but vice versa doesnt

kinasz 05-28-2004 07:56 AM

1. I don't think you can just "shortcut" in with the file manager, because linux uses mount points. But you could configure the mount points to say /mnt/<'ip'> or /mnt/<hostname>. Then just punch that in your location bar.


2. You need to run a telnet daemon on windows to listen for the incoming connection. It is likely that the client you have on windows is just a client.


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