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nmbstatus


et
    --allworkgroups --winsserver --print0 --debug --help --man

GENERAL OPTIONS
    --help  Print a brief help message and  exits.Prints  a  help
message.

    --man   Print the manual page and exit.

    --print0
            Use  ' '  instead  of a tab stop as seperator between
the output.

    --debug Use an debuglevel. No debuglevel available yet.

GENERAL ARGUMENTS
    --workgroup
            Perform all actions on this  workgroup  name.  If  no
workgroup is
            set  the  information  off  all  available  groups is
shown.

    --pdc   If not called in conjunction  with  --quiet  print  a
line starting
            with  the  acronym  PDC followed by the seperator and
the netbios
            name of the PDC if one is  available.  If  not  print
nothing and
            return with 1.

    --bdc    If  not  called  in conjunction with --quiet print a
line starting
            with the acronym BDC followed by  the  seperator  and
the netbios
            name  of  the  BDC  if one is available. If not print
nothing and
            return with 1.

    --dmb   If not called in conjunction  with  --quiet  print  a
line starting
            with  the  acronym  DMB followed by the seperator and
the netbios
            name of the DMB if one is  available.  If  not  print
nothing and
            return with 1.

    --lmb    If  not  called  in conjunction with --quiet print a
line starting
            with the acronym LMB followed by  the  seperator  and
the netbios
            name  of  the  LMB  if one is available. If not print
nothing and

    --allworkgroups
            List all available workgroups.

    --winsserver
            Use this WINS server to gather the information.

DESCRIPTION
    nmbstatus will detect workgroups, PDCs, BDCs, DMBs, LMBs, and
Members of
    workgroups in your network.

    If more than one type is specizied but only one result found,
nmbstatus
    nevertheless returns 0.

AUTHOR
    Lars Mueller <lmuelle@suse.de>

    If you find any errors in the code please let me know.

COPYRIGHT
    Copyright (c) 2003 SuSE Linux AG. All rights reserved.

    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it
    under the same terms as Perl itself.

  

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