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Old 05-17-2006, 08:58 AM   #1
Registered: Aug 2003
Distribution: Debian Sid
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Lisa setup small netwerk

I'm trying to get Lisa up and running for my small network so I can browse it with KDE. So far I've only been able to browse the shared folder on de pc I'm on but can't see any of the other pc in the network (with smb4k I can see and browse all of them).

My network looks like:

1. pc which is the gateway (no X) ip within the network
2. pc debian local address
3. pc debian local address

On the pc with adres .50 I got Lisa installed and can see the local folders. I've tried to setup the Lisa config file but I'm not getting any of the other pc listed. Do I have to install Lisa on all the other pc aswell or is it the config file?

SecondWait = -1
SearchUsingNmblookup = 0
DeliverUnnamedHosts = 0
FirstWait = 30
MaxPingsAtOnce = 256
UpdatePeriod = 300
PingAddresses =;
AllowedAddresses =;
BroadcastNetwork =;
PingNames =


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