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What is the LINUX equivalent of "Network Neighbourhood"

I would like to browse a LAN that the Linux box is attached to.

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"Network Neighbourhood" is a MS thing. There is Samba of course but I don't know of any point-and-click utility for Linux
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You can use smb://machinename/ in konqueror, also take a look at linneighborhood
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What exactly is linneighborhood.Is it a downloadable tool ?
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