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Re: tramp mode for windows?

From: Joakim Verona
Subject: Re: tramp mode for windows?
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2004 12:00:31 +0100
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Thanks Michael,

This still leaves the question which port forwarding software to use
that is simple to install and robust.

Maybe I can cook something up with the "putty" w32 ssh client.


Michael Albinus <address@hidden> writes:

> Joakim Verona <address@hidden> writes:
>> Sometimes I want to edit files on w32 machines from a proper emacs
>> on a proper gnu/linux box.
> Tramp knows the "smb" method which is intended for this case.
>> These machines are sometimes behind firewalls.
> Unfortunately, "smb" is not multi-hop capable yet. It's on my todo
> list, but with low priority. Hmm, with Tramp 2.1 it shouldn't be a big
> deal ...
> What you can try is to tunnel the remote client's NETBIOS session
> service port (139 per default) through your firewall, via port
> mapping. Then you could access your remote client on the tunnelled
> port on the firewall. The "smb" method accepts different port numbers.
> Best regards, Michael.

Joakim Verona

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