[SOLVED] Can someone save me some time and tell me how to connect to a pc using terminal?
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I'm using latest version of ubuntu on one of them and windows 7 on the other. They are not connected to eachother at all, i was thinking more like to connect them using IP address or by an email sent to my ubuntu pc from my windows 7 pc.
How can anybody possibly answer your question when you've provided us with no information on which system is which, no information on how the systems are connected, and no information on what you even want to DO beyond "connecting" or "entering the pc". This can mean a LOT of different things, and yet you haven't even bothered to answer our questions when asked.
It would be like going to a car forum and saying, "My car is making a noise, what's wrong and how do I fix it?", providing no additional information when asked, and then getting mad when your problem isn't correctly identified and solved in less than half a day.
Last edited by suicidaleggroll; 12-05-2012 at 05:53 PM.
I'm sorry, not to be rude but non of this was helpful.
This was just a waste of time.
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