I'd appreciated if someone can help me. I have installed Linux (Redhat 7.1)
on a machine at home. I also have Win 2000 on another machine (at home). I
have setup the IP address on both, and I can ping the Windows machine from
the Linux box. However I can't ping the Linux box from the Windows machine.
I'm trying to copy some RPMs from my Windows machine (in particular Samba -
since I hear that will provide connectivity between the two OS's).
Here is a session from the Linux machine I'm running the KDE environment. I
open a console window and login as root.
I'll reproduce my session here:
ftp> ftp open NEPTUNE
Connected to NEPTUNE
220 NEPTUNE Microsoft FTP service (Version 5.0)
Name NEPTUNE:root: Administrator
230 User Administrator logged in
Remote System type is Windows_NT
ftp> ls -la
227 Entering Passive Mode (IP adress displayed here)
125 Data connection already open; Transfer starting
226 Transfer complete
From the Win2k machine:
Unknown Host ZEN
Any ideas ?