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Old 02-12-2005
Data Sharing a Unix Drive Over The Internet ... but

I don't know if this can be done, otherwise, my project will come to
a screeching halt.

I have a SCO 5.0.5 machine connected to the internet with a static
IP address.

I need to be able to share a drive : /shareddrive
I need to map to it from a windows machine:

hence, what i'd like to do:

(in windows)

NET USE X: \\IP_ADDRESS\shareddrive

does anyone know what I need to do on the Unix side? should
i be running apache or can i mount the drive somehow with web
sharing? I've tried nfs, no go.

Help!
 
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ost::IPV4Host(3)					     Library Functions Manual						  ost::IPV4Host(3)

NAME
ost::IPV4Host - This object is used to hold the actual and valid internet address of a specific host machine that will be accessed through a socket. SYNOPSIS
#include <address.h> Inherits ost::IPV4Address. Public Member Functions IPV4Host (const char *host=NULL) Create a new host address for a specific internet host. IPV4Host (struct in_addr addr) Convert a system socket binary address such as may be returned through the accept() call or getsockpeer() into an internet host address object. IPV4Address & operator= (unsigned long addr) Allows assignment from the return of functions like inet_addr() or htonl() IPV4Host & operator&= (const IPV4Mask &mask) Mask the internet host address object with a network mask address. Friends class __EXPORT IPV4Mask __EXPORT IPV4Host operator& (const IPV4Host &addr, const IPV4Mask &mask) Additional Inherited Members Detailed Description This object is used to hold the actual and valid internet address of a specific host machine that will be accessed through a socket. Author: David Sugar dyfet@ostel.com Address of a specific Internet host machine. Constructor &; Destructor Documentation ost::IPV4Host::IPV4Host (const char *host = NULL) Create a new host address for a specific internet host. The internet host can be specified in a null terminated ASCII string and include either the physical host address or the DNS name of a host machine. Hence, an IPV4Host ('www.voxilla.org') can be directly declaired in this manner. Defaults to the IP address that represents the interface matching 'gethostname()'. Parameters: host dns or physical address of an Internet host. ost::IPV4Host::IPV4Host (struct in_addraddr) Convert a system socket binary address such as may be returned through the accept() call or getsockpeer() into an internet host address object. Parameters: addr binary address of internet host. Member Function Documentation IPV4Host& ost::IPV4Host::operator&= (const IPV4Mask &mask) Mask the internet host address object with a network mask address. This is commonly used to coerce an address by subnet. IPV4Address& ost::IPV4Host::operator= (unsigned longaddr) [inline] Allows assignment from the return of functions like inet_addr() or htonl() Reimplemented from ost::IPV4Address. References ost::IPV4Address::operator=(). Friends And Related Function Documentation friend class __EXPORT IPV4Mask [friend] __EXPORT IPV4Host operator& (const IPV4Host &addr, const IPV4Mask &mask) [friend] Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for GNU CommonC++ from the source code. GNU CommonC++ Sat Jun 23 2012 ost::IPV4Host(3)

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