alexander.dalloz at uni-bielefeld.de
Mon Apr 5 22:23:39 UTC 2004
Am So, den 04.04.2004 schrieb Tom Weniger um 20:33:
> I am looking forward to this help too.
> I have been trying to find a solution to setting up a simple network
> between a SMC router, DSL modem, a PC and a laptop without using the PC
> as a gateway/router. My current setup can ping the router, PC and laptop
> as well as have Internet access. How can I share files between them?
> Using ftp?
If you mean file sharing between the PC and the laptop there are
different possibilities. If both systems are Linux or even Fedora based
then you could use NFS. That is the kind of native *NIX sharing model.
If you have Windows and Linux then certainly Samba would be a good
choice. FTP will work too but it has the disadvantage that this would be
session oriented while NFS and Samba offer you to mount remote shares to
you local system.
> Tom W
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