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Hi.. I need to push(copy) files from the linux systems to the windows systems by using the windows system ip, user name(password). Is it possible with using SAMBA service in ...
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    Smile How to push files from Linux to Windows systems.


    Hi..

    I need to push(copy) files from the linux systems to the windows systems by using the windows system ip, user name(password). Is it possible with using SAMBA service in linux or not.??? Is there any method to push the files..

    Please do the needful.

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    You can mount the drive using smbmount and then copy the files as you would normally, using a script if you'd prefer. Have you mounted the drive yet?

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    Hi..

    No. I didnt mounted the drive. How to do it..
    Could you explain it step by step please....

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    Check out this HOWTO to get started:

    SMB HOWTO: Accessing an SMB Share With Linux Machines

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