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cant for the life of me remember how to access a public folder on vista from fedora

using SMB on Fedora. It seems to connect to the Vista box but not the location...

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brain rememberd the firewall - Fedora comes locked down - had to enable SAMBA in the firewall.


Apprently its doesnt come locked down - as you can have the option of configing the Firewall during install - or not (locked). I choose locked when I didnt mine then forgot I had done that, hence thinking that it was =>

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Fedora doesn't comes locked down. You have the choice tune or completely disable the firewall at install time. – user1797 May 8 '09 at 12:02

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