I am not able to share the USB internet over my local LAN so that I can use in my home environment. Can anyone suggest me the best way to share the internet in Windows 7 as well as Linux.
I have a Linux (Ubuntu 12.04) PC connected to the internet with a Greenpacket WiMax USB modem. I want to share the Internet connection with another computer running Windows 7 Home Premium, connected to the Linux PC over a LAN. Is this possible? How? Is the reverse possible instead (connecting the internet to the Windows computer and sharing it with Linux)?
I downloaded openssh-6.1.p1/tar.gz with http://mirror.corbina.net/pub/OpenBSD/OpenSSH/portable/. I made at first ./configure, then make which, it seems, fulfilled without errors (Nexenta Illumos operating system).
I have a file server running Arch and samba 4.0.5.It serves a single share /mnt/shareThis share is mounted on a notebook thats connected to the local network via WLAN and running windows 8 (tried OS X too).When i now try to move or copy files on the share the file is downloaded to the notebook and then uploaded to target directory on the samba share.Resulting in absolutely inacceptable performance