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is there a GUI tool in Linux like the one in Windows that I can just click on and view shared files on other computers. I got Samba up and running and can see my computer from other windows machines....can i in turn see what's being shared on those windows machines from my Linux box?
aaaahhhhh, gnome hates me...and i hate gnome, i cant get nautilus to start for the life of me, i've always hated nautilus.....this is just a rant.ooooooohh, after 5 minutes (ok maybe 2) nautilis pops up on me while im writing this post.....i had time to sit, wait, start Mozilla, suft to LQ.org, log in, browse to this post, and type up to the word "rant" before it finally popped up. Slow piece of gnome.
thanks, i was just about to post the question if there was something other than nautius, because it just wont load for me for some reason....not even in kde, it just sits there like it's waiting for me to do something.
nautilus ended up working as well as xsmbrowser, but nautilis is so slow for some reason, it takes forever for it to come up and it kinda freezes. I kinda dont care because it's an X issue and i dont care about X stuff enough to fix the problems because im trying to get away from GUI stuff (but i still need the web browser, i refuse to use lynx for web browsing).