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I would like to have local home network, so my PC, netbook can share files between each other. On both machines I have Ubuntu (latest versions).

Is this possible ?

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It is possible, if your computer is having in-build wifi router or you have to use wifi dongle and also you have connected internet through ethernet.

1.Click the network connection icon at the top right corner.

2.Click on Edit connections then Network connection pop up window will open.

3 In Network connection window select wireless tap and click on "Use as hotspot".

4 If you want you can assaign name for your wifi network or you can use the default name.

5 Note down the pass key and enter the same with your devices you want to connect to wifi.

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