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Fedora Networking :: Share Folders Between Windows 7 And F12


I want shared folders and files between my desktop (Windows 7) and my notebook (Fedora 12). I installed with YUM the server SAMBA and configured all according this tutorial (http://www.ubuntu-es.org/?q=node/130156)
also configured the firewall with Firestarter, allow all entries for the HOST.

The problem is that in windows I can not enter to notebook or by network interface or by ip address. and viceversa.There is another option for sharing files, or what I do?


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