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Re: [suse-linux-e] networking...
- From: samelash@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Samy Elashmawy)
- Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 14:24:28 +0000
- Message-id: <22.214.171.124.19990728142428.0105141c@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
At 04:53 PM 7/27/1999 BST, Dave Kelly wrote:
>I've got a bit of a problemette at the moment. Our network is an amalgamation
>of Windows 9x, Windows NT (Workstation and Server), SuSE Linux and MacOS
>machines. The Windows machines are all on a TCP/IP ethernet, with the MacOS
>machines on their own little AppleTalk network. The Linux machines are
>sharing to each other. I'd like to integrate all of the different networks
>into one, so that all of the resources are sharable.
>I've begin to do this by moving over to TCP/IP. I've been trying to use
>and have successfully managed to get Windows to connect to a Linux machine.
>The other way around, however, is a big no-no. I can't, and I've tried many
>times, to get Linux to access a Windows share. I have yet to try it with
>MacOS, but expect the same, if not more, problems.
>Any suggestions as to how I can get the Linux boxes to see Windows? I need
>of the machines, and can't move them all to Linux (much to my despair). Any
>help would be appreciated!
are you using smbmount to do this ? if so what are the errors you get. Can
you ping back and forth ? What version of suse , and samba are you using .
The more info you can post , the more likely some one can help.
what you are doing makes sence. You will want to spend some time
orginizuing it all. With samba you can "trick" all the others into thinking
is a server. If you have more than a dozen machines , you will want to quit
it down a bit. You can staqt by adding all the tcp/ip Numbsers and machine
/ workgroup names in the host. You can also make the samba do the name
translation , Wins I think. Not sure thought. am new at this.
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