"Yes, true believers, Samba doesn't just serve up Windows. It can be part of your whole network file sharing scheme with or without Windows in the picture. One of the things your Windows friends will point out, however, is the friendliness with which they can mount shares or network drives in their Network
Neighborhood. Never mind that the server they are connecting to is a Linux server running Samba, they still have to rub it in. With that in mind, I
decided to go looking for ways to become part of the neighborhood in a similar, graphical fashion. That's how I came across LinNeighborhood." From Linux Journal.
April 25, 2001