To mount a Windows folder in Linux, I can just
mount //<server>/<file> <location> cifs -o user=<user>
How can I do the reverse -- Get a Linux folder on my Windows dekstop, accessable and editable in realtime?
I would prefer the mounted entity be a folder, say, on my Win desktop; however, it's no biggie if it has to be a drive.
Additionally, I would prefer this is done with no extra programs. If it has to use software, OK.
Finally, speed is very important here. The reason I'm doing this is because OneDrive was too slow and I had to switch.
Using Windows 10 and Ubuntu on LAN.