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Re: how to send files from a pc to my home server and viceversa

On Wed, 2007-02-28 at 05:55 -0800, Jordi wrote:
> Hello
> Yesterday I was able to run my server. I have 2 computers at home, one
> is server and the other is not. Both are connected to router. One uses
> Xubuntu and the other Windows XP.
> I know Xubuntu is not Debian but it is based on it. Few people in
> Xubuntu know how to do this, I asked, no solution was found to me.
> What do you recommend me to send files between them? I mean, send
> files from the server to the other to save backups, and from the XP to
> the server to send files for anything.
> To make a ftp server? Or what?
> Thanks again

If you are trying to use you xubuntu machine as a file-server for your
windows machine... use Samba.

Find it in synaptic or aptitude.
greg, greg@gregfolkert.net

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