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hi all, is it possible for me to access the windows shared folder by typing command, now what i do is install a VNC program at the windows machine?...
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    Access windows shared folder


    hi all,
    is it possible for me to access the windows shared folder by typing command, now what i do is install a VNC program at the windows machine?
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    hmm think you have 2 things mixed uip here

    vnc will make you take control of the windows pc, as if you are at the desk, ie kb and mouse working


    and the shared folder thing is basically install samba on your linux pc, to see the windows pc shares

    whih do you mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_guy_dressed_in_black
    hmm think you have 2 things mixed uip here

    vnc will make you take control of the windows pc, as if you are at the desk, ie kb and mouse working


    and the shared folder thing is basically install samba on your linux pc, to see the windows pc shares

    whih do you mean?
    yap, i mean to see all the folders that shared my windows machine
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    oh ok, welll
    basically share the files on windows like normal
    get smb / samba on your linux pc
    then wat desktop eviroment are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_guy_dressed_in_black
    oh ok, welll
    basically share the files on windows like normal
    get smb / samba on your linux pc
    then what desktop eviroment are you using?
    The desktop environment is GNOME
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    Quote Originally Posted by thcc2
    Quote Originally Posted by the_guy_dressed_in_black
    oh ok, welll
    basically share the files on windows like normal
    get smb / samba on your linux pc
    then what desktop eviroment are you using?
    The desktop environment is GNOME
    ok well after gettin samba go to one of the drop downs on the top bar, cant member which one, then select network

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_guy_dressed_in_black
    oh ok, welll
    basically share the files on windows like normal
    get smb / samba on your linux pc
    then what desktop eviroment are you using?
    this is the error that i get
    terence@kiriya:~$ get smb / samba
    -bash: get: command not found
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    Quote Originally Posted by thcc2
    Quote Originally Posted by the_guy_dressed_in_black
    oh ok, welll
    basically share the files on windows like normal
    get smb / samba on your linux pc
    then what desktop eviroment are you using?
    this is the error that i get
    terence@kiriya:~$ get smb / samba
    -bash: get: command not found
    dude what distro you on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_guy_dressed_in_black
    Quote Originally Posted by thcc2
    Quote Originally Posted by the_guy_dressed_in_black
    oh ok, welll
    basically share the files on windows like normal
    get smb / samba on your linux pc
    then what desktop eviroment are you using?
    this is the error that i get
    terence@kiriya:~$ get smb / samba
    -bash: get: command not found
    dude what distro you on...
    how to chk on it?
    Proper Planing is a way of success

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    what version of linux are you on

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