Merci Mad duck, mais j'ai trouvééééééé:
LinNeighborhood - Linux port of the Windows Network Neighborhood
This Software is distributed under the GNU General Public License - see the accompanying COPYING file for more details.
You can reach the authors at:
Hans Schmid (email@example.com)
Richard Stemmer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You can get the latest version at official LinNeighborhood web site:
Command Line Parameters
Always scan as user
Groups scan as user
Group scan as user
Ask user / password once
Use group name on mount
Initial browse on startup
Use 'RootMountDir/machine/share' as default mount point
Root mount dir
Show log window
Sorted Share Lists
Memorize Mounted Shares / Remount on next startup
Post Mount Page
Run File Manager after Mounting
Adding Favorite Hosts
Options/Import lmhosts file
Options/Remove all favorite hosts
LinNeighborhood is a Xwindow graphical port of Network Neighborhood, running over Samba utilities and the Linux smbfs programs under kernels 2.0.
It permits to browse an SMB (CIFS) network consisting of Samba, Windows (WfWg, 95, 98, NT) and probably (not tested) OS/2, LanManager for DOS and others. It also offers an interface to mount the found shares.
Because the smb-filesystem and smbmount utility is only available on Linux this is a Linux only program.
See the install-file for the software needed to compile LinNeighborhood.
For running it you need:
Installed Samba package, expecially smbclient and nmblookup utility. Samba is available at http://samba.org/samba. Use a recent version of Samba, we tested with 1.9.18 and 2.0.5a. Expecially look for supported name resolve order option, bedause resolving is mostly done by broadcasts and this must be supported if you need it in your network.
Kernel < 2.1.70: Smbfs-package smbfs-2.0.x.tgz with smbmount and smbumount utilities from ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/smbfs.
Kernel > 2.1.70: You must use the smbmount/smbmnt/smbumount from from the Samba package.
Support for the changed command syntax (kernel 2.0 - kernel 2.2) is included in LinNeighborhood at runtime, using the uname function call. This means you can use a program that was compiled with 2.0 kernel on a 2.2. machine and vice versa (if your libraries are the same), but of course the correct smbmount/umount must be installed. The command line syntax has changed from samba 2.0.4 to 2.0.5, you must configure this in the preferences. smbfs-2.0.x.tgz does not compile on glibc based Linux (problems with include files), but there are patched version available, e.g. RedHat's smbfs-2.0.1-4.src.rpm package.
Support for SMB filesystem must be compiled into your kernel to use smbmount, please read the smbfs-documentation in your kernel tree to see if you should use CONFIG_SMB_WIN95.
The above stuff is included in most Linux distributions, so you normally should have all the programs.
Je vais regarder cela tranquillement chez moi ce soir, merci les copains ;)