One way is to mount them with smbmount. You'll need to create a directory (or if you have existing directories you want to use, that's ok) for each share you want to mount. You'd then mount as follows: smbmount service mount-point -o options, e.g. to mount a shared folder, called "Shared" on "Machine2" with /mnt/samba as the mount point:
smbmount //Machine2/Shared /mnt/samba.
You'll then be able to navigate to the mount point and see the files listed there. The options are, well, optional. See "man smbmount" for details about the various options you can use.
Edit: if you happen to use Xfce as your desktop environment, it comes with an application called Xfsamba that will also let you browse shares. If you use KDE, you can use Konqueror to browse shares, by putting in "smb://service" in the address bar (e.g. for the example given above, you'd use "smb://Machine2/Shared"). I believe Nautilus in GNOME also has this functionality. You should be able to double-click the "Computer" icon on GNOME's desktop and then use the "Network" icon.
Last edited by Nylex; 08-09-2006 at 02:04 AM.