Re: linux/unix to NT
On Dec 2, 1997, at 14:48, Mariusz Pagowski wrote:
> I learned about samba package allowing me to access disks
> on NT machine from unix/linux.
Rather the other way: you can see your linux volumes from NT (in the
\\linuxbox\path style used by SMB).
> But does samba allow me
> to login/telnet to NT machine from linux/unix and run remotely
> a program on it? If not is there some software which would allow
> me to do it?
If you only need to run console apps, there are a few free telnet
daemons that run on NT. Forget anything fancy like trying to run a
graphical app with you DISPLAY pointing to your linux box, though; NT
is not up to the task (unless you pay big bucks...).
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=Debian Linux= # coded for a 4-bit microprocessor, written by a 2-bit
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