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I just installed Fedora on this computer. It is connected to a wireless Linksys ADSL gateway, and the other computers in the home (running windows xp) are connected with wireless ...
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    Connecting Windows and Fedora


    I just installed Fedora on this computer. It is connected to a wireless Linksys ADSL gateway, and the other computers in the home (running windows xp) are connected with wireless cards. All computers access the internet fine.

    What I was hoping to be able to do is to connect the whole lot so I can access files from any machine through any other machine. I believe I can do so through the ADSL gateway.

    Where can I find tutorials that would guide a newbie step by step through the process of setting up a home network of this kind. I have been searching but without luck.

    Thanks

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    Read up about samba. When it comes to installing it, i believe it can be found on the Fedora Installation media.
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