File sharing Tags: File Sharing Linux Last response: October 16, 2010 12:47 PM in Linux/Free BSD Share ashwinishinde October 16, 2010 8:39:01 AM If one machine contains windows and another contains Linux is file sharing in between both possible ? More about : file sharing Anonymous October 16, 2010 8:42:40 AM This topic has been moved from the section Networking to section Linux/Free BSD by Fihart m 0 l Ijack a b 5 Linux October 16, 2010 9:42:27 AM Yes. Use Samba on the Linux machine. Google "Samba" and you'll find plenty of info. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer audiovoodoo a b 5 Linux October 16, 2010 12:47:41 PM Getting to files on the Windows PC from Linux is as simple as browsing to it. The other way round will need Samba as iJack has stated. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow do I get my windows 7 computer to be on a wireless network for file sharing and on an iphone5 hotspot at the same time? Forum SolvedSeparate Network for File Sharing Forum SolvedWindows 8.1 file sharing Forum SolvedFile sharing between Home Theatre and PC Forum SolvedConnect Multiple LANS and Do file sharing Forum Solvedhow to do file sharing Forum Solvedusing Wireless CPE as ftp file sharing Forum SolvedHow to setup a wireless File sharing server Forum Does a wireless AP handle file sharing iteslf, or go through the main router? Forum file sharing using D link DSL-2750U modem Forum Recommendations for a portable wireless hub/router with file sharing Forum Solvedhow to connect two computers for file sharing Forum NETGEAR wireless bridge and file sharing (network map) Forum Solvedfile sharing between windows vista and windows 8 Forum Windows 2000 Advanced Server and Windows 8 File Sharing? Forum problem with file sharing server Forum Solved2 routers back to back with devices on each - file sharing for all? Forum SolvedProblem with File Sharing Forum SolvedLost file sharing after switch added. Forum SolvedIs it possible to install file sharing downloaders on a NAS? Forum More resources !