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Old 05-06-2003, 01:18 PM   #1
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Lisa - found other machines but no shares visible


I have a problem with Lisa.
As far as I understood it is part of KDE.
I think I configured it correctly and when I enter "lan://" I can browse to my workgroup and see the other PC (running WindowsXP).
But when I enter it I cannot see any of the shares.
It's just empty.
I searched through this messageboard but couldn't find any information about the problem I have.

When I boot from this PC to WinXP I can see and access the shares so I assume I haven't done anything wrong on the XP machine.

I would really appreciate any help,


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