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Hi,

I have set up my computer to allow Windows users to access certain folders on my computer. I can view them from any Windows machine, but I can't in Linux. I have tried everything I could think of, how can I view my files & folders on a Linux box.

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Have you tried setting-up SAMBA or AppleTalk on your Linux box? Depending on your Linux distro neither may be enabled by default.
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Well i don't know how do that. I have Ubuntu 7.04, could you help?
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