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elen
post Aug 14 2006, 07:48 AM
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hi everyone,

where should i look for this issue ...

i am writing a program that needs to run another program on *another* machine on my network. am i right that i need to look at the 'mount' command??

thanks.
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post Aug 14 2006, 01:52 PM
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The mount command puts a storage device into the filesystem/strcutre of the computer - So no.

You can connect to a remoate computer using telnet or ssh, one or other must be running on the computer that you want to conenct to (the server) and yu need to have the relevant client installed on your computer. Which distribution are you using on each computer, and what are you trying to achieve?

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- elen   mount?   Aug 14 2006, 07:48 AM
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- - Jim   I am gonna back up D here, not that he needs it. ...   Aug 15 2006, 12:41 AM


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