This is the command for mounting network drive :
NET USE [drive_letter] [path_to_network_drive] /PERSISTENCE:[YES/NO]
With this command you can improvise to mount network drive on your client windows machines. For example you can create a batch file called
sharedfolder.bat which contains:
NET USE Z: \\file.sgnugraha.com\codes /PERSISTENCE:YES
Then you just need to create a Group Policy Object (GPO) which run this script during user log in process.
Nowadays, I stored most of my files on cloud storage service starting from Dropbox, Google Drive and even OneDrive. The problem is most of these applications don’t provide a Linux version. Dropbox provides a Linux version but it is nowhere near as easy to install as the Windows version. Even the installation guide on Dropbox page is quite unclear. I combined some various tutorials on the internet to create this complete how to install Dropbox on Linux. More…
There is no denying that elementary OS is currently one of the most (if not the most) beautiful Linux distro around. The amount of efforts its developers have put on it is incredible and they deserve a huge appreciation. Kudos to them!
Here is my list of things to do after installing elementary OS to make it even much more beautiful: More…
One of the greatest thing about Linux desktop (and the main reason why I still keep on using Linux) is the high customization ability. I’ve always been a huge worshiper of beauty. This time, I’m going to show you another definition of beauty, The Linux Desktop of Elementary OS. More…
Most of our computers today have 64 bit support capability and surely we want to utilize it to make use of those extra GB of RAM. Even with my deep love of beautiful Linux desktops, I can’t deny that I still need to use Microsoft Office. I’m already used to it, I know my way around it and there is no need for fear of document incompatibility when opening it in other computers (mostly MS. Windows of course).
This time I’m writing the step-by-step guide for installing 32 bit version of Microsoft Office in 64 bit Linux. For this guide, I’m using elementary OS luna which is based on Ubuntu Precise (12.04 LTS). Please feel free to adapt it to your favorite distro.