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RE: networking questions

As all M$ Windows 95/98/NT/2000 uses a protocal called SMB (Sesssions
Message Block), you will have to install SaMBa (http://www.samba.org). The
debs are kept in net and otherosfs. To configure SaMBa, I strongly suggest
you also download/ apt-get SWAT (Samba Web Administration Tool). Once
installed, use SWAT to configure the smb.conf in /etc/.....and remember to
include a line in your smb.conf: browseable = yes; so that your Win machines
can see the shared directories in the Network Neighborhood.

If you have any trouble/ difficulties, you can e-mail me and I will guide
you through.



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> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Franco Cone [SMTP:alephtnull@gmx.net]
> Sent:	Sunday, July 09, 2000 5:17 AM
> To:	debian-user@lists.debian.org
> Subject:	networking questions
> Howdy!
>    I have a few networking questions..hope you guys won't mind :) I have 2
> networked machines (win98 & debian GNU) as of this moment using ethernet
> 10baseT cat 5 connected to a hub. My questions are:
>   1.how do I let win98 see the debian box thru network neighborhood?
>   2.how do I make debian see win98? I don't thinks there's network
> neighborhood for debian..is there?
> Sorry for my stupid questions but I'm kinda new here and I don't know
> where to start.If anybody can give me a head start & point me to some good
> documentation/explanation out there Regarding this matter I would forever
> be in
> your debt ;)
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