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1  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: Connect to MS-Home network on: July 11, 2008, 18:57:09 PM
Solved! Thanks 'Atolboo'. Yours is a very comprehensive and somewhat daunting set of instructions but I made a start. Firstly I'm running Pardus 2008 so maybe the menu layouts differ and I really struggled with the Dutch language.
I had everything set-up on the Windows network so I didn't need to touch that. Next I just wanted to transfer files although I may have a crack at configuring the printer before long.
I went into {Tasma} {Service Manager} and enabled {SMB Network sharing} to be {run on startup} and rebooted. I double clicked on the {System} icon on the desktop, {Common Folders} {Network Folders} {Samba Shares} and in there were {Mshome} and {Pardus} icons. Double clicking {Mshome} showed my Windows PC and subsequently the shared directories. So, I got there, dead easy when you know how , thanks again for your friendly support.
2  Assistance / Laptop / Re: HP/Compaq NC6000 - Smooth installation on: July 09, 2008, 10:31:08 AM
Thanks Andreas. Yes, I gave myself super user privileges at install time but that didn't help. However, in the terminal I entered SU and responded with the root pwd. I then made 2 directories then did 'CHMOD 777 <dirname>' to set the permissions and started copying files with Konquerer. I'm no command line expert, I found the entry in Machtelt Garrels Introduction to Linux.
3  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / [solved]Connect to MS-Home network on: July 09, 2008, 10:12:50 AM
Could someone help me configure and connect to my home Windoze network? (The hardware connected previously with WinXP). Thanks in anticipation.
4  Assistance / Laptop / HP/Compaq NC6000 - Smooth installation on: July 09, 2008, 10:07:44 AM
Potentially problematic ATI Radeon graphics and Broadcom Wireless got the correct drivers and configured OK. I set-up an additional partition for music & photos which I subsequently found I couldn’t write to because it was owned exclusively by root. But I changed permissions from the terminal and now OK. Very impressed!
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