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Many people today work on mixed networks with both Linux and Windows systems playing important roles. Sharing files between the two can be critical at times and is surprisingly easy with the right tools. With fairly little effort, you can copy files from Windows to Linux or Linux to Windows. In this post, we’ll look at what is needed to configure your Linux and Windows system to allow you to easily move files from one OS to the other.
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