Projects / LinNeighborhood


LinNeighborhood is a GUI frontend for browsing M$ machines and mounting SMB shares using Samba (and Smbfs on 2.0 kernels).


Recent releases

  •  09 Jul 2002 13:03

    Release Notes: The global configuration path was changed from $(libdir)/linneighborhood to $(datadir)/LinNeighborhood. The local configuration path was changed from $(HOME)/.linneighborhood to $(HOME)/.LinNeighborhood. A bug in memorized mounts was fixed. Support for an additional user parameter for the samba tools was added.

    •  02 Sep 2000 07:09

      Release Notes: This version supports mounting a share to several places at same time, adding group master browsers by hand, and the option to save a default password for use in the next session.

      •  09 Jul 2000 22:20

        Release Notes: Support for GNU automake + autoconf, internationalization using GNU gettext, support for global (sysadmin) + local configurationr, separate code modules for GUI and non-GUI code, browsing data storage in memory structures instead of GUI (gtk+) structures, and small bugfixes and improvements in the browsing and mounting code.

        •  31 May 2000 22:25

          Release Notes: This version features support for group and machine browsing with another domain, as well as some small bug fixes.

          •  18 Feb 2000 13:34

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            16 Feb 2000 13:42 linenoise

            LinNeighborhood is great
            if you run LinNeighborhood with smbmount 2.0.5a+ under root or with +s on smbmount you run into no problems w/ 2.2.x kernels. great software, quick browsing with snazzy GUI

            27 May 1999 11:24 mhpnet

            linneighborhood 0.3.0
            Nice work on the browsing aspect of the program, however it does not mount correctly with kernels 2.2.x since the smbmount syntax has changed. This would not be a hard problem to fix though


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