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    What Do You Mean By Interaction Of Linux Server With Windows Based Client?
    I have searched all over the internet but i am not able to understand that what does it mean?

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    I suspect this is a homework question, so I'm not going to answer it. But I will help point you in the right direction.

    You might want to begin by trying to understand the Client-Server system model, try Googling that. Support for Windows clients on Linux comes in a number of ways, but the main protagonist is a package called 'Samba' - find it's homepage, it has extensive documentation.

    I hope that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roxoff View Post
    I suspect this is a homework question, so I'm not going to answer it. But I will help point you in the right direction.

    You might want to begin by trying to understand the Client-Server system model, try Googling that. Support for Windows clients on Linux comes in a number of ways, but the main protagonist is a package called 'Samba' - find it's homepage, it has extensive documentation.

    I hope that helps.
    Thank yew very much it helps surely. And yes it was homework actually i was not able to understand how to go about it and what were the ways in which we can interact with it but this gave me a start ......what exactly i was finding....thnx again

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