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==Screenshot==
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**Pnethood** can be started from its entry in the network menu. If you have just installed this program you may need to restart JWM (or other window manager) for the menu to be updated. This program may be launched from the console with the command ##pnethood##.
==Usage==
==Security==
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**Pnethood** can be started from its entry in the network menu. If you have just installed this program you may need to restart JWM (or other window manager) for the menu to be updated. This program may be launched from the console with the command pnethood.
Usage
Security


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When starting from the console it is possible to specify a list of servers you wish to connect to. This is helpful if you have a large number of servers or simply wish to avoid the time delay of scanning the network. The list of servers should be separated by commas and if the names contain spaces the list should be wrapped in quotation marks ie. **pnethood "server1,server2,my server"**. It is also possible to specify servers by IP address.
-Info - Opens a monitor (tail -f) of the log file /tmp/pnethood/log. In the event of you having problems with this program it would be helpful if you submit the bottom few lines of this log to the [[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=23464 forum]].
==How it works==
Each time the pnethood window is loaded it uses [[nbtscan]] to get a list of computers on the x.x.0.0/16 subnet corresponding to your IP address. Each one of these computers is then scanned for shares using smbclient. This list of shares is then compared with the output from mount to find out if any of them are mounted already. From this list the interface is generated.
==Also see==
~[[Networking]]
~[[Samba]]
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When starting from the console it is possible to specify a list of servers you wish to connect to. This is helpful if you have a large number of servers or simply wish to avoid the time delay of scanning the network. The list of servers should be separated by commas and if the names contain spaces the list should be wrapped in quotation marks ie. pnethood "server1,server2,my server". It is also possible to specify servers by IP address.
-Info - Opens a monitor (tail -f) of the log file /tmp/pnethood/log. In the event of you having problems with this program it would be helpful if you submit the bottom few lines of this log to the forum.


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