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I am a new Ubuntu user , i have a question about commands in Terminal .

Is there a command that list all shared directories in my network ?

any idea?

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Use smbclient by entering this code :

smbclient -L hostname

Where hostname is the ip of the Pc you want to see its shared filed

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