samba on college linux, cant resolve adress but CAN see files!!
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tried...got the help or [usage][-?] thingy with lots of commands...-L doesnt exist i guess =), and no firewalls on windows...one fat antivirus is good enough for my computer to freak out...as soon as i master linux im getting rid of everyting m$ related!!
i have already configured windows...but it seems i cannot access my /tmp again...anyway this is what i did: smb://my.ip.whateve/"SharedFILE" this "SharedFILE" did i need to put THAT in my smb.conf? if thats the story then this time has been in a complete waste =)
Distribution: Slackware, Windows, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Mac OS X
right click the share to get a menu, sharing should be one of the options. choose that, a window will pop up showing the share name, there is a permisions button under the share name, hit that from that window you can control permissions to the share.