i think i found some good clue here after a few week of searching in the net.
lisa is a daemon tool for browsing into the local network.
in slackware you can set the configuration in
>internet & network
>local network browsing
then set all of you want right there.
but i found some suggestion about the configuration.. so i will try it in the next few days if it works or not.
you can edit the lisa config in /etc/lisarc
write these down
SecondWait = -1
SearchUsingNmblookup = 0
DeliverUnnamedHosts = 1
FirstWait = 30
MaxPingsAtOnce = 256
UpdatePeriod = 300
PingAddresses = 192.168.10.130/255.255.255.0;
AllowedAddresses = 192.168.10.130/255.255.255.0;
BroadcastNetwork = 192.168.10.130/255.255.255.0;
change the 192.168.10.130 with your ip.
then restart your comps.
to make sure the lisa is start upon your booting, write these in your /etc/rc.d/rc.local
or anyelse that the lisa is located
i found some other way accesing the net.
open the Konqueror
access to smb://
then the username and password appear then wala you can enter their windows directories.
if you want to mount it in your folder write these in the console
#mount -t cifs -o username=”username”,password=password //192.168.02/C /home/C
of course after you mkdir C in /home
i have read somewhere how to mount it in the fstab permanently but i forget for now. i write it down here if i found it again.