LAN information server for KDE
LISa is intended to provide KDE with a kind of "network neighborhood"
but relying only on the TCP/IP protocol.
This package is part of KDE, as a component of the KDE network module.
See the 'kde' and 'kdenetwork' packages for more information.
This is the readme to the Lan Information Server LISa and the Restricted LAN
Information Server resLISa.
| LISa |
LISa is intended to provide a kind of "network neighbourhood" but only
relying on the TCP/IP protocol stack, no smb or whatever.
It is completely independent from KDE/Qt.
The list of running hosts is provided via TCP port 7741.
lisa - LAN Information Server
This manual page documents briefly the lisa command.
lisa is intended to provide a kind of "network neighbourhood"
but only relaying on the TCP/IP protocol stack, no smb or
whatever. The list of running h
reslisa - Restricted LAN Information Server
This manual page documents briefly the reslisa command.
If you have very strict security rules in your network or you
don't want to have another port open or whatever, you can use
kdenetwork (4:3.5.10-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Lower kdenetwork-dev build depend on kdelibs4-dev
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