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Hey, With RedHat Linux, can I upload all of my MP3 files to the Linux machine and then can someone on the network just view the MP3 file, double click ...
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    MP3 Folders


    Hey,

    With RedHat Linux, can I upload all of my MP3 files to the Linux machine and then can someone on the network just view the MP3 file, double click it and play the song through their speakers? Is this possible?

    Thanks,
    Lance

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    That depends on what clients you have. Other Linux clients can use them through NFS, and Winbloze clients can use them trough SMB if you set up Samba.

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    mp3 ..

    if u r having windows clients then use samba to share the folders .

    or if u have linux clients then u can either use samba or network file system to share.

    nfs sharing

    edit /etc/exports like this

    path of folder ip which shares this ( permissions )

    to share for all machines in 192.168.1.0 network

    path 192.168.1.* ( rw )

    for more abt this see man nfs

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    "Turn the page" was written by Bob Seger, and then covered by Metallica...

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    "Turn the Page"... one of those Metallica songs where they start heading away from when they used to be good.
    The best things in life are free.

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    Okay, thanks everyone for replying. I'll be using Samba mostly.

    Lance

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