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Hi,
   i have a local lan win win98/win2000 and a redhat linux. Any idea how can i move files from one PC(w98) to enother(linux)?
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1. ftp
2. scp
3. Samba (Network neighborhood on winXX)

either setup following services on linux:
1. ftpd
2. sshd
3. smbd, nmbd

The simplest one from linux side is 2., the simples one for Windoze is 3.
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If you do this via Lunux then its simple. You can simply rm all you need Win files. But if you do it via WIn then its a question. Because via Win you have no access to Linux partition. So you have firstly have an emulator to have an access to Linux partition.  
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