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Old 01-20-2005, 02:25 PM   #1
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drag drop files from linux to windows


I am running mandrake 10.1 with samba 3.0.7 installed

which i use to share files between windows and samba the network setup is runing nicely only thing i cannot do, is in linux drag and drop files onto the windows share folder an i have enabled to option of change files on the share drive in windows... any ideas of how i can over come this problem i use konqueror for file mangement etc ... i can copy files to the windows dive no problem as root in terminal..

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