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Old 08-28-2005, 03:27 PM   #1
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Mapping Linux box to XP Fully

Ok im very new at this and i created a user on the linux box and mapped it to my xp machine but all i can see are .bash files and not the entire content of the drive. What i have is a box running the latest fedora and using it to host a website. I want to be able to connect to that box by mapping the linux drive "fully" to my xp machine so i can manage and update files. Thanks in advance.
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That's a bad idea for at least one reason.

You'll get DOS Linefeeds into your Linux files :}



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