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Does anyone know of a good graphical SAMBA client for RedHat 9? Konqueror has some basic SAMBA abilities but it seems to work only intermittently, sometimes doesn't display shares or servers correctly or at all, there's just too many things wrong with it. And it won't remember my passwords.
I guess a dedicated SAMBA client would do a better job....if such a thing exists. Any suggestions?
Thanks sNicker, LinNeighborhood seems to do what I want I did try xsmbrowser but it wanted expectk which i couldn't obviously see on the website it pointed me at and as LinNeighborhood works nicely I couldn't be bothered :P
Originally posted by ezra143 try xsmbrowser, definately not as smooth as the MS but it does a decent job.
you may be amused to learn that microsoft doesn't support their own network browsing software. if it goes a little buggy... they don't care. its just to much trouble for them to support it when a browse master war begins between various MS OS's... browse master wars can be a pain, but are generally easy to beat, however the solution is to time consuming for them to bother with.