Samba makes it possible to browse files on remote systems like windows or other linux boxes.

A usefull command to run is:


It will reveal systems on your network. Maybe not all your systems are responding to findsmb. To get a direct answer to show a system on your network that you know exists type:
smbclient -L

To mount a remote smb share you would type:
mount -t smbfs -ousername=administrator //servername/share /localfolder/subdir
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