You should note though that Access is too much of a lightweight to do more than experiment with for Internet purposes, though. For serious work you'd be better off putting the data into a MySQL or PostgreSQL database on the Linux machine. These DBMS's can be accessed from the Windows machines using ODBC, etc.
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My Access DB is really very light - couple of hunderds of records. Even if I want to transfer the data to Postgres, I would like to know how to access it without running ASP or other related technology on the Assess db m/c. I could mount the Windows drive to the Linux m/c. But after that how do I setup the ODBC drivers?