[xubuntu-users] WG: Shared directory access through Thunar (was:How to run DWL-510 Wlandevice)

hannah at hannah-and-friends.de hannah at hannah-and-friends.de
Fri May 30 14:11:55 UTC 2008

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[xubuntu-users] Shared directory access through Thunar (was:How to run 
DWL-510 Wlandevice)

On 5/29/08, hannah at hannah-and-friends.de <hannah at hannah-and-friends.de> 

Hello Vincent, 

my teacher-task runs good, the members of my course have become fans of 


The member are able to use the filesystem, working good with openoffice, 
are able 
to install xubuntu and make the network run. 

There is only one, small problem: 

After establishing the course-network with static ip-addresses 
successfull, ping to all 
computers and the server runs, we are only able to get 
via the console, using the command <mount>. Exists some <graphical tool> 
mount network-shares within the <file-manager>? 

Tomorrow it's last course day. I need a quick'n simple methode to 
establish access 
to shared nfs-dirs. The present file-server is a SUSE.8.0.


I have no experience with network browsing. I believe Cody Somerville was 
working on getting something like this working for Xubuntu 8.10, but I 
know nothing about this subject.

Most likely other people on this mailinglist can help you - I've changed 
the subject line to, well, represent the change in subject so your email 
is not inadvertently ignored by people who could help you.

"Please help me operator, give me information please ............." ?? 
(good old song) 

Waiting for your message 

hannah & finchen 

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