I want to set up my first home network and have read up on LAN configuration, but am choking now that I'm actually trying to venture out on my own without the help of a tutorial.
- NetGear wireless router
- PC that I will use as my "server" running Ubuntu
- Plenty of Cat5 cable (if need be for any reason)
- Laptop - a "client" that will connect to the server for certain uses
I have already set up a secure wireless network on my router. This will also be an "intranet" and the router does not have access to the open internet (which is intentional). So unless I'm missing something, the secure password on the network should be the only security I really need (again this is just a test LAN that I'll use for miscellaneous, non-critical purposes).
I have installed Subversion (SVN) on the Ubuntu "server" and would like to connect to use it to commit/checkout code from my laptop.
I can see my wireless network from my laptop but am choking on how to connect the SVN client on my laptop to the SVN server on my desktop "server". Thanks to anyone who can nudge me in the right direction!