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HOWTO: Configuring Wireless (WiFi) network card in Debian Linux

Purpose: WiFi capability is getting common these days and slowly and steadily it is becoming a necessity to have a working WiFi computer. For many people it is rather intimidating when it comes to configuring wireless network in Linux systems. In this post we will learn how to configure a wireless network using graphical tools […]

HOWTO: Mounting NFS filesystems and directories in Linux over network

Purpose: In this tutorial we will learn how to use a NFS mounted filesystem or rather learn how to mount a NFS filesystem and use it on a client computer. You must have heard a lot of embedded developers talking about NFS mount filesystems and all that. You might have go intimidated by that but […]

Review: Mounting Windows on Linux & mounting Linux on Windows over network & locally

Purpose: In past few months I wrote several articles regarding mounting Windows partition over Linux and vice-versa.  I thought it would be helpful to readers to see a summary of all the articles. So if you are looking how to mount windows partition or a network share on Linux or how to mount Linux partition […]

Tip: Mounting LaCie Ethernet Disk on Debian Linux

Recently, I bought a LaCie Ethernet Disk of 1 TB capacity for storing personal files and folders containing music, movies, photos, etc. Accessing the disk on Windows machine was easy and the manual had detailed information on how to use it on a Windows machine. However, I needed to mount it on my Debian Linux. […]

Tip: Resolving ethernet (eth) detection issues using udev in Debian Lenny

Purpose: This post is an update to one my previous posts which talks about how to resolve issues with your network/ethernet (eth) interfaces in Debian Etch. Basically the technique to resolve in Debian Lenny is almost the same as mentioned in the previous post. The only thing that changed in Debian Lenny, because of a […]

HOWTO: Access/Mount a Linux ext2/ext3 filesystem from a Windows XP machine over a LAN/Domain network

Purpose: This post will explain how you can mount a Linux filesystem (ext2/etx3) on your Windows XP machine over a network. Note: If you are looking for how to the reverse – Mount a windows share drive on a linux machine over a network then please refer to my previous blog entry. Also this blog […]

HOWTO: Mount a Windows Network Share on Linux using SAMBA/CIFS

Purpose: This post will explain how you can mount a Windows Network Share on to your Linux machine. Note: If you are looking for how to mount a Windows NTFS partition on your local hard drive (as read-write) on to your Linux filesystem this post may not be for you, click here. Example-Setup and Assumptions: […]

  
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