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|Originally Published: Monday, 20 December 1999||Author: Joseph Kordish|
|Published to: news_learn_firststep/Firststep News||Page: 1/1 - [Printable]|
LinuxHelp: Setting Up Samba
Samba is a software package for Unix-based systems that allows them to connect to Windows-based PCs. With it, you can share files and folders and use printers attached to the Windows PCs. Do you have one of those nasty "WinPrinters?" If so, you can now use it with Linux. Your Windows users will see your Unix box in Network Neighborhood as if it were another Windows computer.