How is the /home/user/Network folder implemented?

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How is the /home/user/Network folder implemented?

Postby AncientPC on Wed Mar 19, 2008 3:31 am

How is the /home/user/Network folder implemented such that I can browse the samba network? I would like to do the same on Ubuntu . . .
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Re: How is the /home/user/Network folder implemented?

Postby Husse on Wed Mar 19, 2008 7:10 am

The application that makes it possible to browse a network in Mint out of the box is fusesmb. You can turn it on/off in mintDesktop
It's an Ubuntu package found in Mint's synaptic
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