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I'm new to Linux. I installed RedHat 9.0, got my nic working, internet works via a win2k server machine running M$ Internet Connection Sharing, it works fine Now this win2k server machine is also my file storage pc with a big hdd, and the folder all my mp3 files and movies are in is shared on that machine.
What is the easiest way to access this windows shared folder?? Do I need to d/l & install samba or does RH9.0 has standard solutions for this? Any help would be VERY welcome!
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