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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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A.6 Accessing Network Resources

From your desktop, you can access files and directories or certain services on remote hosts or make your own files and directories available to other users in your network. openSUSE offers various different ways of accessing and creating network-shared resources. Given that the network structure and the configuration of your computer allow for it, you can easily browse your network for shared resources and services with your file manager, Konqueror.

Figure A-7 Windows My Network Places and Konqueror Network Browsing

To learn more about the various possibilities of accessing network resources, refer to Section 4.0, Accessing Network Resources.

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