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Ubuntu Note #2

Ubuntu Note #2

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Published by Aji Widhi Wibowo
how to connect ubuntu and windows
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Published by: Aji Widhi Wibowo on Jul 24, 2010


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Ubuntu Note #2
Connecting Ubuntu 10.04 and Windows 7
 Another newbie post.It’s good to remember something I have done so I wrote it and may be it can be used by others.
- aji_noob
This is what I did to build connection:- install Samba on Ubuntu- edit network card configuration in both (Ubuntu and Windows)- share some Windows/Ubuntu directories :)What do you think? Is it simple?
I use NetworkManager (gui) to configure network configuration in Ubuntu.
NetworkManager applet 
somewhere in gnome panel.Right click it --> “Edit Connections”.Look at “Wired” tab.Edit “Auto eth0”- change Connection name (optional) as you wish- change
to “Manual” at
IPv4 Settings
tab- Add Addresses and click Apply to finish.
Samba server has been set.Click NetworkManager applet again --> Auto eth0 (or theConnection name as you changed before).
And this is what I did to edit network configuration in Windows.
Control Panel -- Network and Internet -- View network status andtasks -- Change adapter settings
select your network card -- right click -- Properties
Then Local Area Network Connection Properties will be showed -- 1x left click “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” -- Propertiesbutton
Then edit ip, subnet, and gateway then click OK to finish.

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