Not helpful. Not helpful at all..
ln will ln NOT do what this guy wants. I suggest you quit 'helping' people and go be terse somewhere else.
As for the solution to your problem Buddy, yes - samba is what you need. At least, the samba CLIENT.
Create a directory under your web documents for the files you want uploaded to your NT box.
Make sure you have the samba *client* software.
then issue the command :
smbmount //<NT MACHINE>/<NT SHARE> /www/uploaddirectory -o username=<who you log in as>
smbmount //Binky/Uploads /www/uploads -o username=administrator
You'll need to set the rights on the directory on the NT machine correctly for the user logging in, and also share it out
This will pull the NT directory over to your Linux box, mount it in the correct directory, and then any files you put in that directory will be written on your NT box
If you don't have it you can find the samba software at http://master.samba.org/samba/ftp/Bi...rake/RPMS/9.0/
samba client is what you want..