On Thu, 6 Feb 2003 20:17:18 +0100
"Aslak Evang" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I've used samba a lot for browsing my freebsd drives with my windows pc's,
> but whats the best way to do it the other way around? I've read about
> smbclient, but I've been told in Linux there are kernel modules you can
> load to be able to browse windows network shares like you would "normally"
> in a windows network neighbourhood. Is something like that availiable for
> FBSD? Also I've heard that there's some sort of app for KDE that let's you
> do it as well? Can anyone enlighten me?

I have used and like /usr/ports/net/xsmbrowser.
You do need Samba installed on the FreeBSD box used to 
browse the networks SMB shares.


Stephen Hilton

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