Samba: is there a "findsmb" command?

From: Robert S (robert_s_at_emailme.net.au)
Date: 09/15/04

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    I have just installed woody on a server at work. My home machine has
    samba3+gentoo and has a "findsmb" command which lists PCs connected to the
    network. I use it in a php script to allow users to send popup messages to
    connected machines.

    Is there an equivalent command in woody, or has somebody out there created
    one?

    This is the outut that findsmb gives me at home:

    $ findsmb

                                    *=DMB
                                    +=LMB
    IP ADDR NETBIOS NAME WORKGROUP/OS/VERSION
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    192.168.2.20 ATHLON [ATHLON] [Windows 5.1] [Windows 2000 LAN
    Manager]
    192.168.2.24 PETER [HOME] [Windows 5.0] [Windows 2000 LAN
    Manager]
    192.168.2.40 BASEMENT +[HOME] [Unix] [Samba 3.0.5]

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