[Coco] re:Linux<->Windows Ethernet connection
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Mon Mar 27 00:45:15 EST 2006
Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 11:31:53 -0600
From: Roger Taylor <webmaster at coco3.com>
Subject: [Coco] Linux<->Windows Ethernet connection
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>>eed to be able to stay working on both Linux and my XP laptop at the
>>same time and access the Linux files from Wi
There's always VMware, but it aint cheap.
You can run Linux in a Window or Windows XP in an X-windows window, at the
For that matter, you can run DOS, 98, XP and Linux in Windows, while your
hsot oS is XP, all at the same time, if you have 4GB of ram, and a very fast
>>Does anybody know of a good way to network Red Hat Linux 9.0 with Windows
>>XP SP2 over a cross-over Ethernet connection?
To get Linux & W98 working, I ran Samba (as a service) on Linux, but had to
disable authentication on the W98 side, before I could get WIndows to see
the Samba shares. Once that was done, I could acess the Samba shars on the
Linux machine, from Windows. I would think XP woul dhave a similar problem.
Check out the Linux newsgroups- that's where I got my answer.
But both Windows & Linux have to be running concurrently on the same
machine, based on your original statement of "running at the same time".
The only way to do this is with VMWare, BOCHS, or other similar tools.
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