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Old 11-07-2004, 06:10 PM   #1
Registered: Sep 2004
Location: Iceland
Distribution: Gentoo
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What files the Samba server is transmitting

I am running Gentoo on all my computers and the workstation is running a Samba server. My question is simply, is it possible for me to see what files are being transmitted via my Samba server? And how?

My friend has his coputer (windows) connected to my nertwork and he uses my samba server a lot. (mainly to watch friends episodes and sometimes movies). I am just curious what episode he is watching each time. Would just be fun being able of dong that.



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