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 great tutorial...
Author: Roberto Medina 
Date:   30-09-02 08:06

Just found this site and man, I love it! Thank you, you guys provide the most detailed helps out there... ;)

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 Re: great tutorial...
Author: Roberto Medina 
Date:   30-09-02 08:08

and to add, make sure you add the computer you are trying to access into your /etc/hosts file... for example, if i wanted to add my windows box named "bone" I added the following line to the /etc/hosts file:

192.168.0.3 bone.myhostname.com bone

where 192.168.0.3 is the ip of that windows machine

bone.myhostname.com can be your network hostname

and 'bone' is the windows computer name

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