Let me show you in this small tutorial, how to share 1 disk between 2 Linux guests os in Virtualbox. This tutorial will be very helpful, if you want to Configure and play with GFS or cluster machines. The the normal screenshot of Virtualbox: First, Guest OS Centos1: Second Guest OS Centos2: Add Extra disk […]
If you are using Lightweight desktops like LXDE or XFCE, then you can’t find the way to browse the network shares through their native file mangers. Some file mangers like Nautilus have the built-in feature for mounting the remote shares in the file manager itself. So if you want to access the remote shares in […]
Last week, I posted a “How To” on how to share files using an FTP server. Unfortunately, FTP is not what is considered secure, for over the internet file transfers. And especially when you’re transferring sensitive data. Thankfully, there is another secure option. In today’s How To, I’ll show you how to share your files […]
In today’s world, most of us have more than one computer device in the house. There is often at least one desktop PC and several laptops connected to the home network. And more recently, tablet computers have been introduced to our networks. Setting up internet access on all these devices is usually a pretty easy […]
Network File System (NFS) is a network file system protocol originally developed by Sun Microsystems in 1984, allowing a user on a client computer to access files over a network in a manner similar to how local storage is accessed. NFS, like many other protocols, builds on the Open Network Computing Remote Procedure Call (ONC […]
TeamViewer is excellent software for allowing the control of your computer from remote places, sharing the desktop and transferring the files between the computers or compatible devices all through the internet. TeamViewer is available not only for computer operating systems like Windows, Mac and Linux, but also for mobile operating systems like Android and iOS.
What is samba? Samba is essentially a TCP/IP file and print server for Microsoft Windows clients. In fact, it can support any SMB/CIFS-enabled client. One of Samba’s big strengths is that you can use it to blend your mix of Windows and Linux machines