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How can I access files from a fritzed Windows Home Server?

How can I access files from a fritzed Windows Home Server? [more inside]
posted by Hartster on Nov 17, 2009 - 9 answers

Where's a good all purpose reference site for administering a Unix server?

Where's a good all purpose reference site for administering a Unix server (a Raq4 if it makes any difference). I've read the manual and thus have the basics, but having absolutely no grounding in Unix, simple tasks take a lot of blundering around Google hoping to hit the right keyword.

For example; it took me a good half hour (twenty minutes search and ten minutes working out how to use Vi (have since discovered Pico) to keep my log files for more than a week (rotate was set to 1 in logrotate.conf)
posted by Hartster on Aug 17, 2004 - 4 answers

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