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[vox-tech] Brain fart: making one linux box talk to another
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[vox-tech] Brain fart: making one linux box talk to another



My wife surprised me this past weekend with a spare computer to turn into
a new server for our house.  Whee!  I've had plenty o' fun installing
Linux on it and setting up various Samba shares and so on.

Now, I'd like to access my /home/richard directory on my new computer from
my usual desktop.  This directory is set up as a Samba share so that I can
get to it from my WinXP computer, but it seems silly to have to do a
smbmount from my regular box to get to this directory.  And, strangely,
making two Linux boxes talk to each other is something I haven't had to do
yet.

How do I even start?


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Slainte,
Richard S. Crawford
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http://www.mossroot.com http://www.stonegoose.com
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invisible to the eye."  --Antoine de Saint Exupery



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