glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Sat Feb 16 05:39:51 UTC 2008
On 02/15/2008 10:45 AM, Willis Taylor wrote:
> NoOp wrote:
>> On 02/15/2008 09:12 AM, Willis Taylor wrote:
>>> I have two units running Ubuntu v. 7.10. I have a Linksys hub connected
>>> to the ADSL router and both units are connected to the hub. Both have
>>> unlimited internet access but neither one sees the other. I have
>>> enabled sharing of the pictures file but when I type in the search
>>> 172.xx.x.33 on one or 172.xx.x.36 on the other followed by /pictures it
>>> accesses the native file and not the one on the other unit.
>>> Any help?
>> Perhaps you just need to set up network shares for the
>> folders/directories? You can use NFS, but since I recall that you also
>> have Windows machines connected I'd recommend that you set up via Samba.
>> Search: samba
>> Basically you can initially just try the simple method:
> This is the formerly Windows unit. I set the only share i know on the
> folders and set them on bot units to NFS.
So, try Samba - I think you'll have better luck in simple situations
like this. I think that NFS is better at transfer speeds etc., as I
understand it, but it's easier (IMHO) just to set up samba in your home
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