I'm just an intern trying to do my best job here, and the company I work with asked me to do the following: Send data from a Windows 7 PC to one using Ubuntu via an ethernet cable. So I learned about file sharing etc, and successfully managed to do so...
BUT it turns out they want to not just share files, they want me to have the Ubuntu computer listed as an external hard drive ON my Windows 7 computer.
Here's a mini checklist of what I need to more specifically do:
Treat an Ubuntu Desktop as an external hard drive to my Windows computer. (NOT just file sharing, a full blown external hard drive!)
Access the Ubuntu hard drive from my Windows computer, and run tests on it. (to be even more specific, I'm wanting to run a BurnIn Disk Test on the ubuntu desktop from my windows computer.)
So how can I achieve this?