hi, i've installed Suse 9.3 Evaluation on my comp, and another comps still using Windows2000 each comp use IP static, How to Make connection from Suse to windows and Win to suse
please teach me step by step, because i dont have experience with linux, and know i want to learn
thank u verry much
- James -
Hi James, Connecting to windows machines is fairly easy. You have to know it uses the so called samba protocol, which is referred to as 'smb'. From this, if you use a high level environnement like gnome, you have find the application called Nautilus which is the equivalent of explorer. Go to the address smb://ip-address-here to access your windows machine. Login and password may be prompted.
From the KDE desktop environment, the explorer-like is called konqueror, and accessing a machine works the same way.
You can browse the network by going to address: smb:/
From the console it is a bit more complex. Note that this allows you to see windows machine, but windows machine don't see you until you have activated the samba server. This can be done from the yast2 admin program, in the server section. You simply have to enable it, providing a name for your machine and workgroup. No need to fiddle with other settings unless you want to create some shared folders.
Hope this helps, Alain
I am starting a job on the 1st of August which will require that I Install, Configure and Use Suse 9.3 and 10 when it comes out independently using either Braille or Speech.
From what I've read it seems like BLS doesn't support the Pacmate 40 cell
Braille display? If this is the case can anyone suggest an alternative which would allow me to install Suse 9.3 professional independently?
I rarely have to navigate using Braille as I mainly rely on speech. to this end can any one tell me if there's been any success in getting speakup to work with Suse?
I'd appreciate any assistance any of you can provide.
Thanks in advance
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