[RC5] cross-platform question
Basil A. Daoust
basildaoust at home.com
Sun Mar 11 23:48:47 EST 2001
If on the machine you have both Windows and Linux you have a partition
that both your windows and linux machines can write to you should have
I did something similar using multiple computers and no proxy by sharing a
directory on my linux box (using samba) and having all machines use those same
buff files. Both Windows and linux machines were used in this. It actually
workers just fine. Though now that I have cable I just let them all flush
If your at all concerned you could follow the sneakernet solution, which is
sort of what your doing right. You just require a reboot though.
not sure what you mean by sync, can't you just mount the windows disk?
Hiro Dudani wrote:
> Hello Shaun!
> Saturday March 10 2001 22:01, "Shaun O'Neil" <shaun at madhouse69.fsnet.co.uk>
> > my problem is that I can only access the net through windows due to a
> > soft-modem, but I spend most my time in linux. If I sync the two copies of
> > the buffers on my way in and out of linux, will it still work?
> You could point the Linux client's "remote buffers" feature to the
> Windows client's buffers and have it buffer only one block "locally".
> That should do the trick without requiring any manual fiddling.
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