"KExplorer offers the same functionality as Windows Explorer
and has the same look and feel. It even integrates a Network
Neighborhood from where you can see all the Windows machines on
your network. But, for this you must have the client package of
"Now we'll proceed with the installation of KExplorer from this
month's CD. Login as root and create a directory pcq in the /opt
directory. Mount the CD and copy the file kexplorer.tgz from the
cdrom/linux/Kexplorer directory to the /opt/pcq directory."
"Open a terminal window from within KDE and type kruiser in it.
This will fire up KExplorer for Linux. If you get an error message
like error in "loading shared libraries: libjpeg.so.6", type the
following in the terminal window:
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