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samba: Samba is a network program (server and client) that allows Linux machines to network with Windows and dos machines using the basic Microsoft Network Neighborhood type networking (also known as smb, for server message block??). I think it works only over TCP/IP.

If you want a Linux box to see shared drives or printers on a Windows box, use smbclient (or use smbmount to mount the shares).

If you want Windows boxes to see shared drives or printers on a Linux box, set up the samba server.

See SambaMain and related pages.

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