Yes, as long as they have user accounts on both machines.
Make sure that you have installed the Samba client package on your system.
There are many types of services a "Linux server" can provide. You need to be more specific as to exactly what you are trying to accomplish, be it accessing a Samba share, using SSH to access a shell on Linux, a web server, a Jabber server, etc...
The X Windowing System is the "de facto" standard for graphical shells in Unix and Linux. Desktops use it as a client as well as all the graphical applications.
'Client server" is a generic term used to describe a network management type; Ubuntu is a specific version/distribution of the Linux operating system. Ubuntu can be installed as a client/server system if you wish.
System software. In fact, Linux itself is *the* system software: The kernel of a Linux distribution and the central software of the Linux operating system.
Install XP Install VMWare Client. If your CPU is 32-bit, get version 3. Download a Linux .iso Run VMWare to create a virtual machine running Linux Dual boot is old school.
SSH (Secure Shell) is a client/server package used in Unix and Linux systems to provide secure access to a remote system.
red hat enterprise Linux is used as a server while red hat Linux is used as client..
Yes. Linux is a computer operating system.
Linux is an open system, Unix is not.
Colloquially speaking, "Linux" refers to the operating system distribution that includes the Linux kernel.
A Linux system administrator can verify that the Linux system is forwaring IPV4 packets by querying the sysctl kernel to see if forwarding is enabled.
Open source Operating system
The first file system Linux supported was the MINIX file system.
No: Linux is a general purpose operating system, and it has a windows system as well. Yes: Linux looks like a window operating system to the uninitiated.
There are many files and file types on the Linux system
the kernal is the central part of the Linux operating system and determines how the system works - all distributions of Linux are based on this.
Yes, the Tixati BitTorrent client is a good and safe client. It runs on both Linux and Windows.
7 is an example of Windows. But Linux is not Windows and there is no "Linux 7." Linux is a completely different operating system and has nothing to do with Microsoft.
1. There is no the Linux operating system.2. Only one component is strictly necessary to make a Linux operating system - the kernel.
Exactly the same thing DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol) provides for any other operating system administrator.Most, if not all, Linux distros come with a dhcp client in the basic installation.