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How to share data between Linux and windows through serial cable

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  Hi,

         I connected two PC's with a serial cable.

         And I am able to share the data when the two PC's have Windows OS installed.

        And when iam trying to connect Linux machine to Windows machine, I am not able to do so.
 
       What is the actual procedure to connect the liux machine to windows machine through serial cable.
 
       
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