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is there any linux command that allows you to se all the computers on the network? like in windows its "net view" and it tells you the computer names. is ...
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    is there any linux command that allows you to se all the computers on the network? like in windows its "net view" and it tells you the computer names. is there anything that shows the names or even the ipaddresses? the ipaddress is preferable but is there any thing like that? thanks -ZAc
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    You should have a "findsmb" command (which comes with the Samba client) that does pretty much the same thing.

    Also, there is a program nbtscan that is similar.

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    'smbtree' comes with samba too and shows a network tree of SMB hosts

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    sweet thanks guys. i totally forgot about nbtscan i had that on phlak and never downloaded it. thanks guys
    I can imagine a perfect world, a world without hate, a world without war. Then I can imagine us attacking that world because they\'d never expect it.

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