Can't see linux box running Samba from Windows machine
I've managed to get my linux machine running Samba--easier than I thought it'd be. BUT...
I can ping the linux machine from the windows 2K box. I can, running a search for computer with the linux machine's IP address, find the linux box. In fact, I can even open it up from Win2K and browse folders, etc.
For some reason, though, the linux machine doesn't show up in the Network Neighborhood / Computers Near Me browser window.
This isn't a critical fault, more just an annoyance. My Samba guide (Slackware Linux Unleashed) tells me that the Win2K box sometimes needs a little time to get its house in order and notice the linux machine running Samba, but I've been waiting for about a half hour, now, and nothing's coming up.
Any suggestions? Thanks in advance...