Note: the recommendation I got was that it tends to be easier to mount your unix stuff on your windows box. But here're the instructions for Linux => Windows (from the command line).
- Use smbclient on the command line to use SMB shares like FTP servers:
[user@machine user]$ smbclient //server/share
added interface ip=xxx.xx.xx.xx bcast=xxx.xx.255.255 nmask=255.255.0.0
Domain=[DOMAIN] OS=[Windows 5.0] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN Manager]
smb: \> cd temp
smb: \temp\> dir
. D 0 Thu Apr 22 11:25:11 2004
.. D 0 Thu Apr 22 11:25:11 2004
52602 blocks of size 1048576. 6443 blocks available
- Mount the smb shares as local devices (as root):
mount -t smb //server/share /home/user/tmp -o username=domain\\user
/home/user/tmp is now the local filesystem mirror for \\server\share (changing the \ to / is just a convenience because \ is the escape character, you can't use the convenience in the options string though where I specified the user).
You can also mount the device directly
mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/windows
but if you want to mount an ntfs partition you usually have to download some rpm's to make it work.
Take a look at www.linux-ntfs.org