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 Using LinNeighborhood to Create a Network Neighbor

Linux for Windows Users shows you how to "add a Windows-like, Network-Neighborhood area to a Linux-based computer, in a peer-to-peer network environment. Give yourself full access to all shared resources on all computers connected to your LAN. LinNeighborhood, an Open-Source, network utility, lets you easily access Windows and Linux shares on your LAN from your Linux computer.
Graphic networking utilities LinNeighborhood, Gnomba, Komba2, etc., make it easy to mount network shares for Linux beginners, computer newbies, and people migrating from MS Windows to Linux. Creating a Network Neighborhood on a Linux-based computer is a way for IT-IS managers and system administrators to make it easy for their MS Windows users to migrate to Linux.
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 (Submitted by Anonymous Thu Oct 31, 2002 )


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