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parallism with linux and windows95/98

By srs_8_1981 ·
If you have an win98 and linux in parallel with your server system then in which way you can login
in the others o.s which does not have an network facility in your system but it is containing in yours win98 o.s then in many ways you can login whatare they?

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parallism with linux and windows95/98

by dinotech In reply to parallism with linux and ...

1. Your question doesn't make sense
2. Each OS must have a redirector to communicate with the server. Most Windows OS's have a Client for Microsoft Networks that allow connectivity to Microsoft server OS's. You need to find the equivalent for Linux. Windows 98, as I know, doesn't have a linux client, so you would have to go third party to get one. Or use telnet, to telnet into the linux box. You can transfer files that way as well. FTP will work also.

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parallism with linux and windows95/98

by davidfranks78 In reply to parallism with linux and ...

I'm not sure about your question. I assume you want to be able to access the Linux server from another Windows '98 system.

It is possible. The samba server in Linux needs to be properly configured. Pls read the documentation for the same.

Oncesamba server server is running on Linux, you can log into the Linux server. It can be used for storing files and also as a DNS server

All the best.

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