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Ok so I will admit I a windows guy trying to work with SUSE 10.2. Not really working out for me. I want to be able to browse from my windows machine to the SUSE box. Can anyone help me with this.


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How do you want to browse the machine? You can login using telnet, ssh or ftp.

If you want to see it as a remote machine, you can load Samba or use something like:


which allows for access to NFS. Both or which is going to take a bit of effort to get it setup.
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Yes, the FTP route is pretty easy, most Linux distros have vsftpd, which has to be enabled and configured, you can configure it to allow local users and it will let you view your Home folder and upload and download the contents.
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