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How do I access my Windows administrative share from Linux?

I have a Windows computer on 192.168.0.103 and I want to access the c$ administrative share from a Linux computer which has 192.168.0.110 to exchange some files. From another Windows computer on the ...
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1answer
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Network file-sharing between Linux and Android

I want to share the contents of my external HDD with my Android phone. For the last two hours, I've been trying to correctly set up Samba - it was absolutely horrible. There must be another, simpler ...
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1answer
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Networking and Samba from a quest OS running on qemu

I'm trying to test some software on a big endian system to ensure compatibility. My plan is to use qemu on Ubuntu 12.04 to emulate a MIPS system. So far I've been able to create the quest system ...
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1answer
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Samba connection slowness after ip change

we have encountered with a problem when we chaged the samba server's ip address. There are so many OS varies from Windows,GNU/Linux, Solaris and IBM. The samba server is running on SOlaris. And all ...
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1answer
489 views

Allowing access to NetBIOS port in Fedora 18?

I've recently installed Fedora 18 on one of the machines in my office, and I've installed Samba so I can browse the file system on my Windows machine. However, I'm having some trouble opening port ...
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1answer
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Networking with Linux and Windows 7 using Samba

I've installed Samba on my Arch Linux, and I wanted to share files with Windows 7 on other PC via local network. I want it to work both ways, i.e. Windows can read and write freely without any ...
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Centos 6.3 can't resolve hostname of network drive while others can

I have a network drive (external network) being used as media storage for a media server running on my router. I'm trying to switch the media server to my Centos 6.3 machine so I can take advantage of ...
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245 views

Program to manipulate Samba shares (net.exe equivalent)

Is there an equivalent to the NET.exe suite for linux systems with which I can do net view queries for example?
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1answer
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list Windows shared folders (samba) available in the local network? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to get list of computers similar to what is shown under “Network” in Windows I suspect the services shared by Windows (including shared folders) can ...
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Network file sharing between Linux and OS X

I want to share a drive/folder over the internet from my Debian machine back home, such that I can mount it on my Macbook when I am on the move. Basically I want to store my music at home and just ...
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1answer
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How do I resolve samba share to IP address or host name

I have a list of hosts in the network providing shares via SAMBA. How can I determine either IP address or the host name of one particular host, e.g. the one with the name “SASAK02”. The output of ...
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How to get list of computers similar to what is shown under “Network” in Windows

In Windows 7 when I click on Network I get a list of computers with the same workgroup of mine. But in Fedora when I click on Network I just get a single item Windows Network and I can't see the ...
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1answer
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Why does iptables still block my samba?

I'm currently fighting with iptables and samba. I read that samba needs ports 137-139 and 445 open on both tcp and udp. Here is the relevant part of my iptables config ... # forward valid incoming ...
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How to access shared locations on a windows machine from a linux machine via terminal?

I’ve setup a Virtual CentOS machine and set up a bridged network and static IP so that it can communicate with other Windows machines in the network. Currently, to access any shared directory, I ...
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Samba reporting not enough free space

After having some problems with my NAS, I switched to Debian/Lenny. I've managed to install and configure most of the software I need, but I've hit a brick wall with Samba. I can access the shares ...
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Automatically mount network drive when available

I have a NAT drive, that is accessible via SMB. I have an entry in fstab to mount it at boot. But if the drive is not switched on it is not mounted during boot and I have to manually mount later. (The ...