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mapping a linux machine to windows 2000 professional?

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i want my home directory to be mappen in windows 2000 professional. i am using red hat 9 with kernel 2.4.24.  if i can ftp to my linux machine from windows machine then is there any way so that i can place my linux home directory in windows?
Is it requires  SAMBA?
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Setting up Samba on your Linux machine will allow you to map you Linux home dir onto the w2k box.
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is there any other way....
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Well yes, if you install an NFS client on the windows box you could NFS export your home on Linux and mount it on w2k via NFS.
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