Is Samba the Best Way?
andor at nl.linux.org
Sun Aug 7 08:21:05 UTC 2005
On Sat, 6 Aug 2005, Hart Larry wrote:
> Hi All: Tomorrow I will finally have my linux machine connected with a windows
> 98 laptop. I will get a kvm switch. Questions? First of all, which reliable
> router would be l y n x accessable, hawking sure wasn't--and eventually quit.
apart from cisco but that's probably a bit way out of your league on
> 2nd, what will be a best way to seemlessly have access to the laptop, where I
> can move-and-copy files?
> The laptop-and-hopefully desktop machines will run jaws. The desktop machine
> in linux will run speakup--and-hopefully YASR.
connection from windoze to linux and vece-versa can best be done by samba
however, I wouldn't call it stable and note taht upon upgrading samba
things may get broken easily.
Been using it for a file/mail server for 8 win2k workstations and got
loads fo trouble wiht it.
> Thanks in advance for tips-and-tricks
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