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Re: Mount windows drive within another machine (network)


Share the drive under windows, and use samba (the smbmount part) to mount it
somewhere on your Linux system. One warning: un-mount the share *before* you
turn off your windows box or before it *crashes* Linux doesn't like mounts
to go without saying bye.
For syntax and stuff (i love this part 8]) R.T.F.M. of Samba.

Nico de Haer

----- Original Message -----
From: Juan <usamge@usg.com.br>
To: <debian-user@lists.debian.org>
Sent: Sunday, June 24, 2001 9:13 PM
Subject: Mount windows drive within another machine (network)


Can I mount a remote Windows drive? How?
For example I have a machine running Windows IP number Can I
mount Windows drive D: via LAN?


Juan José Velázquez Garcia
Web Development

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