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Old 31st August 2010, 08:50
Mark_NL Mark_NL is offline
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Seems to me it's not only network storage you're new at ;-)

On linux there is no "drive letter", but mount points .. your glusterfs should be mounted (attached) to a directory on your system so you can access it on that system. (the how-to said: /mnt/glusterfs as an example) From that point on, if you want to access it on a windows machine, you need to install something like samba and export that mount point in samba.
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