Yes, all shares are mounted... All of the three Linux machines in this abode and one Android tablet can look, see, open and edit files on the one used as a development server. It seems however, there are a few applications where the network shares are invisible in the "Open" dialog box -in a few specific applications: UltraEdit being one. UltraEdit will have gained a friend for life if we can get this problem hurdled for I detest using WINe.
Thanks again for the help and quick response.
As an aside, and completely off topic: The Linux community appreciates 3rd party efforts in porting/programming Linux specific applications the caliber of UEX... As a long time Linux user, I can honestly say that other major software vendors should take a long hard look at the fiscal benifits of Linux specific applications... Are you listening ADOBE? Are you listening COREL? Just because Linux distros are open source and mostly free doesn't mean your product has to be. We, as members of the Linux Community would gladly support most most Windows applications designed for and running natively in Linux.