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My card reader is 19 in 1.Please see attach picture.Will the solution as advise from you as per the link work?I have currently XP in my system and would like to install ubuntu 9.04 in another new HDD,is that call dual booting?Any step-by-step instruction?
Regarding the card reader,I install 9.04 to my Dell Vostro 200 system and everything work out of the box.The card reader is able to read SD Card,MS PRO and Duo card.As i have 2 ubuntu system, how can I share files between the 2 system.Both pc is link together by a aztech router.
There are many options for sharing files between linux laptops.
The easiest to set up would be to use samba.
Ubuntu comes with a folder called "Public".
Right-click on it, then select "share options".
(You may be asked to install the server.)
Share the folder and allow guest logins. Do not allow others to write to it.
Do this for both ubuntu machines.
When they are up, go to places > network > windows network - to find the other machine's share.
Anything you put in the Public folder will be, um, public.
There are limitations to windows network shares which mean that they may not always be available. Nobodies fault as such, it's just that ptp turns out to be harder than it looks. Some people prefer server-client style, and use NFS or FTP. Some people just email files between computers. For real fun, you can set up your own web server etc. That is a very powerful system you have there, and the general rule is that you can do anything you want - at least, there are no artificial restrictions.
Hi teachers of linux,
I am currently on ubuntu 9.10 and is thinking if there is any way to set up a RAID system using Ubuntu to store my data and a file sharing system.What is the best and easiest way to do?