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Posted on 1998-12-10
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How do I make a hpux 9.x or 10.x visible to a win95 computer ?
And if its possible how do i create a share on the hpux computer that is open for everyone ?

second:
How do i change the tcpip settings on hpux 9.x
we need to reconfigure all adresses gateways etc.

The machines are hp3070seriesII Ict for Pcb testing...

//thanks in advance
//Abbe
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There is a freeware program called samba.  This will allow you to share file systems to win95/98/nt clients.  This will also allow you to share printers.  When you install it, windows clients will be able to see it in network neighborhood and be able to browse the share.

http://www.samba.org/

As for you second question, use sam.  This is a system administration tool that is very useful.  
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