? simple linux / win98 home network though a linksys router?

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by jefe, Jan 4, 2005.

  1. jefe

    jefe Guest

    does anyone know how to set up simple file and print sharing for my
    suse 9.1 box and a p3 win98 box? They are connected (hard lines)
    through a linksys 4port router via ethernet, with a cable connection.
    I'd rather not install a second nic and make one the server, if
    possible. also, the linux box's files are all on an ext/3 files
    system; will windows be able to access these files at all?

    any ideas --or full blown, detailed, yet simple instructions-- would be
    welcomed!

    again: both computers are often, but not always, powered up, and I'd
    love to have constant cable internet w/o one acting as a server...
    when on, I would like access to files across both and a printer on the
    microsoft windows 98 machine.

    its just a small home thing, nothing too fancy...

    thanks!! lefty.crupps
    did I mention that I want it to be simple to set up?
     
    jefe, Jan 4, 2005
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    ToYKillAS, Jan 4, 2005
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  3. jefe

    jefe Guest

    Not quite the help I hoped for. I have them both set as
    Workgroup=WORKGROUP and i have enabled file and printer sharing on
    each... win98 has the NetBEUI proto installed as well as TCP/IP... but
    they aren't finding one another... what more to do in SuSE? what
    should I set the "MS-Windows Decoding" to?


    and i don't need to restart the Linux box at all as I do this, do I?
    lefty.crupps
     
    jefe, Jan 29, 2005
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