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linux neewbie : Configuring linux client in a windows network

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I have a windows 2000 server running as the domain controller. I want
to add a LINUX (RED HAT 9.0)  computer  as a client in this network.
What software do i need to do this ?

Thanks in advance.
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MIke typed:

> I have a windows 2000 server running as the domain controller. I want
> to add a LINUX (RED HAT 9.0)  computer  as a client in this network.
> What software do i need to do this ?
> 

you'll have everything you need to accomplish this.
samba is what will work: http://us1.samba.org/samba/samba.html

'man smbclient'
'man smbmount'
or
try this HOWTO: http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/SMB-HOWTO.html


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