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Re: LinNieghborhood 0.4.3

> >
> > If you want the best free implementation of a linux network browser: hack
> > CFM (the Corel File Manager) into building on standard KDE. I've heard it
> > is quite good.
> I've seen the CFM, and it is indeed quite good for the end user.  However
> I've never used LinNeighbor Hood, but I would be willing to test out for you
> guys at my school network where we are currently trying to get a linux
> server up, which will be connected to a Win2000 network.  Also we are going
> to use 6.2beta so thats a plus.  And I probably have a good perspective on
> it since I don't myself have the much experience in Samba we will see how
> Indy-ish it truly is.

I don't remember if I tried it.  Presently we have knetmon who does a
good job but relies on Kfm and that would make unhappy Gnome or plain
X users and perhaps the same thing for KDE users when KFM is replaced
by Konqueror.

			Jean Francois Martinez

Project Independence: Linux for the Masses