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LINUX networking

hi guys,

I am very new to LINUX. I have multiple win 2000 machine at my work
networking with each other, now I installed Redhat9 linux in one of my
machine in the network and make it work with my network domain and what
not. I can see internet from my linux, My ping, ifconfig everything
works fine, but I dont know how to access other computers from mine.
Can someone help me out here?

And i know this qn does not belong to this group, but can someone help
me to install USB stuf in my linuc, I want my linux to see my usb
harddrive and memory sticks?

thanks a lot for your time.

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7/26/2006 6:08:17 PM
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Try opening a file browser window and, in the location, type
"smb://my_host" or something similar.

For your USB stuff, plug it in and if it doesn't automagically mount
try right-clicking on the desktop and see if it shows up in the "disks"
subdirectory.


Ramesh wrote:
> hi guys,
>
> I am very new to LINUX. I have multiple win 2000 machine at my work
> networking with each other, now I installed Redhat9 linux in one of my
> machine in the network and make it work with my network domain and what
> not. I can see internet from my linux, My ping, ifconfig everything
> works fine, but I dont know how to access other computers from mine.
> Can someone help me out here?
>
> And i know this qn does not belong to this group, but can someone help
> me to install USB stuf in my linuc, I want my linux to see my usb
> harddrive and memory sticks?
> 
> thanks a lot for your time.

0
forums9861 (27)
7/26/2006 7:14:02 PM
Ramesh wrote:
> hi guys,
> 
> I am very new to LINUX. I have multiple win 2000 machine at my work
> networking with each other, now I installed Redhat9 linux in one of my
> machine in the network and make it work with my network domain and what
> not. I can see internet from my linux, My ping, ifconfig everything
> works fine, but I dont know how to access other computers from mine.
> Can someone help me out here?
> 
> And i know this qn does not belong to this group, but can someone help
> me to install USB stuf in my linuc, I want my linux to see my usb
> harddrive and memory sticks?
> 
> thanks a lot for your time.
> 

Unless the machine isn't capable enough for Fedora or Centos,
you'd probably be much happier with either Fedora Core 5
or Centos 4.3, they're much more up-to-date. Fedora is the
current Redhat new technology platform, Centos is a
free version of the stable Redhat Enterprise Server distribution

Redhat 9 is very old code.

Mark
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none_not (32)
7/26/2006 8:20:26 PM
"Ramesh" <ramesh.sridharan@gmail.com> wrote in 
news:1153937297.756679.298710@h48g2000cwc.googlegroups.com:

> hi guys,
> 
> I am very new to LINUX. I have multiple win 2000 machine at my work
> networking with each other, now I installed Redhat9 linux in one of my
> machine in the network and make it work with my network domain and what
> not. I can see internet from my linux, My ping, ifconfig everything
> works fine, but I dont know how to access other computers from mine.
> Can someone help me out here?

You use Samba client to do that (assuming you are talking about access to 
file and print shares). Conversely Samba server allows Linux to appear to 
be an M$ file or print server. As others said, Redhat 9 is a pretty old 
distro. Get something more up to date. That will help with the problem 
below too.

Samba info:

http://www.samba.org

Note that most distros will be provided with the Samba package. Check out 
distrowatch for info about up to date Linux distributions:

http://distrowatch.com/

Klazmon.



> 
> And i know this qn does not belong to this group, but can someone help
> me to install USB stuf in my linuc, I want my linux to see my usb
> harddrive and memory sticks?
> 
> thanks a lot for your time.
> 

0
Klazmon (114)
7/26/2006 11:49:02 PM
Thanks guys. Thanks a lot for your help. I tried online and downloaded
Fedora 6, it comes as 3 iso images. But I dont know how to
expand/execute these iso images. I think i'm missing something but i
dont know why. sorry if this is a silly qn.

Ramesh wrote:
> hi guys,
>
> I am very new to LINUX. I have multiple win 2000 machine at my work
> networking with each other, now I installed Redhat9 linux in one of my
> machine in the network and make it work with my network domain and what
> not. I can see internet from my linux, My ping, ifconfig everything
> works fine, but I dont know how to access other computers from mine.
> Can someone help me out here?
>
> And i know this qn does not belong to this group, but can someone help
> me to install USB stuf in my linuc, I want my linux to see my usb
> harddrive and memory sticks?
> 
> thanks a lot for your time.

0
7/27/2006 8:19:59 PM
Burn those iso images onto a CD, and boot from the first one.



Ramesh wrote:
> Thanks guys. Thanks a lot for your help. I tried online and downloaded
> Fedora 6, it comes as 3 iso images. But I dont know how to
> expand/execute these iso images. I think i'm missing something but i
> dont know why. sorry if this is a silly qn.
>
> Ramesh wrote:
> > hi guys,
> >
> > I am very new to LINUX. I have multiple win 2000 machine at my work
> > networking with each other, now I installed Redhat9 linux in one of my
> > machine in the network and make it work with my network domain and what
> > not. I can see internet from my linux, My ping, ifconfig everything
> > works fine, but I dont know how to access other computers from mine.
> > Can someone help me out here?
> >
> > And i know this qn does not belong to this group, but can someone help
> > me to install USB stuf in my linuc, I want my linux to see my usb
> > harddrive and memory sticks?
> > 
> > thanks a lot for your time.

0
forums9861 (27)
7/27/2006 8:43:39 PM
On 2006-07-27, Ken Roberts <forums@hoverclub.net> wrote:
> Burn those iso images onto a CD, and boot from the first one.
But make sure to tell your burn-prog to use those ISOs as image. Don't
simply burn those files as ordinary files.

Uli


-- 
There are two major products that come out of Berkeley: 
LSD and UNIX. We don't believe this to be a coincidence. 
--Jeremy S. Anderson
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uli (64)
7/27/2006 8:49:45 PM
Ramesh

for accessing the USB stick u need to mount it / for mounting u need to
know the device name for that go to hardware browser and find the
device name and mount it then u will get access to USB

and also check the /etc/fstab for inclusion of  the device USB stick



Ramesh wrote:
> hi guys,
>
> I am very new to LINUX. I have multiple win 2000 machine at my work
> networking with each other, now I installed Redhat9 linux in one of my
> machine in the network and make it work with my network domain and what
> not. I can see internet from my linux, My ping, ifconfig everything
> works fine, but I dont know how to access other computers from mine.
> Can someone help me out here?
>
> And i know this qn does not belong to this group, but can someone help
> me to install USB stuf in my linuc, I want my linux to see my usb
> harddrive and memory sticks?
> 
> thanks a lot for your time.

0
7/28/2006 6:05:46 AM
Some of the more recent versions of RedHat have an autodetection
mechanism built into the original installs.  I've seen it, but that was
right before I dropped RHEL for Gentoo.

sai.e wrote:
> Ramesh
>
> for accessing the USB stick u need to mount it / for mounting u need to
> know the device name for that go to hardware browser and find the
> device name and mount it then u will get access to USB
>
> and also check the /etc/fstab for inclusion of  the device USB stick
>
>
>
> Ramesh wrote:
> > hi guys,
> >
> > I am very new to LINUX. I have multiple win 2000 machine at my work
> > networking with each other, now I installed Redhat9 linux in one of my
> > machine in the network and make it work with my network domain and what
> > not. I can see internet from my linux, My ping, ifconfig everything
> > works fine, but I dont know how to access other computers from mine.
> > Can someone help me out here?
> >
> > And i know this qn does not belong to this group, but can someone help
> > me to install USB stuf in my linuc, I want my linux to see my usb
> > harddrive and memory sticks?
> > 
> > thanks a lot for your time.

0
forums9861 (27)
7/28/2006 3:20:38 PM
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8/5/2006, 1:23AM Hi, Thanks for taking the time to shine some light! I have a Linux Redhat 7.2 box on a 192.168.10.x network and I have clients that need to connect also connected to the same Dlink router which is at 192.168.1.1 All my boxes are physically plugged into the D-link router so they are all on the same physical network. I heard that if all machines are on the same router, then all one has to do is add the odd man out network to the routing page, which I did: Enable : Yes Destination IP 192.168.10.100 Netmask : 255.255.255.0 Gateway : 192.168.1.1 Interface :LAN Metric : 1 My router is on 192.168.1.1 Linux box is on 192.168.10.100 clients on 192.168.1.100 I don't want to be sloppy and change the subnet mask to 255.255.0.0 Shouldn't this work? But my Linux box at 192.168.10.100 can't ping my D-link router at 192.168.1.1 I could probably do a "route add" command on the Linux box to be able to ping the D-link, but shouldn't the router, since it's on the same physical network, see the ping from anything on it's network? Yes...it should drop it from a different subnet...I know....but since I added the route in the D-link routing table, shouldn't it not only see it but route it and/or respond to it? I can ping the D-link 192.168.1.1 from my boxes on the 192.168.1.x network. I don't want to have to add "route print" statements on all my boxes. I thought this is what routers were for...connecting different s...

Centos XP windows network DHCP DNS Zonealarm Conflicts -> can talk linux to windows network OR www not both
Centos 5.1 Windows XPSP2 Zonealarm Firewall Standard Windows workgroup. Router with DHCP server. Set centos for DHCP Zonealarm off System works. Turn on Zonealarm on XP, Centos is blocked from contacting XP. Put Centos IP address into Zonealarm trusted zone. Everything works...until reboot when Centos gets a new IP. Don't know how to give Centos a traditional windows workgroup hostname that I can put into Zonealarm...no problem, just use fixed IP address. Bug in Centos 5.1: Fixed IP address fails to setup DNS. So, now I can't connect to the web. Is there a workaround to make all this work without breaking anything else on my windows workgroup? centos -> browse windows network centos -> surf www Windows Zonealarm Firewall enabled. ?? thanks,mike -- Return address is VALID! Bunch-O-Stuff Forsale Here: http://mike.liveline.de/sale.html On Thu, 05 Jun 2008 05:00:37 +0000, mike rearranged some electrons to say: > > Bug in Centos 5.1: Fixed IP address fails to setup DNS. So, now I can't > connect to the web. Uh, that's not a bug. If you're using a fixed IP address insread of DHCP, you have to tell it everything it would normally get from the DHCP server, including the IP address of your favorite DNS server (which your router gets from your ISP). PS: If you're still trying to run Linux inside a Virtual PC under Windoze (as I believe you were claiming to do in another newsgroup, against the advice of several people) then y...

[News] Making Linux More Like OS X and OS X More Like Linux
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Mac OS X - Highly Customized Linux ,----[ Quote ] | Few players in the Linux arena creates their Linux distro to look like Mac OS | X or Windows.... | | Here I'm going to list some distro which looks like Mac OS. `---- http://linuxtreat.blogspot.com/2008/07/mac-os-x-highly-customized-linux.html A Linux User's Guide to Mac ,----[ Quote ] | Take a deep breath and repeat after me: A computer is just a tool. It is only | so good as it serves to make life better for users. A "better" life is | obviously not the same thing for everyone. For me, it means making my Mac | more like Linux, as I began to discuss in my last article. `---- http://www.ofb.biz/safari/article/474.html Yesterday: Ubuntu: Challenge the Mac ,----[ Quote ] | Normally I would just provide a Diigo link to this if it weren’t something | I’ve been saying a lot in talks. Over at InformationWeek, Serdar Yegulaip was | a piece called “Shuttleworth’s Ubuntu Ambitions: Challenge the Mac”. He | quotes Mark Shuttleworth saying in a Datamation article: | |     … our goal, very simply, is to make sure the Free software ecosystem can |     deliver a Mac OS-like experience, or an experience that will compete with |     the Mac OS. | | I think this is exactly right. It’s time to look past Windows, even with its | huge installed base, as any sort of “gold standard” (as Mark calls it), | especially for user interface. ...

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