Not quite sure what you want to do, but I certainly do know the basics of samba.
Basic mounting of a share:
mount -t smbfs -o username=<name>,password=<pw> //<computer_name>/<share> </destination>
If you want a more in-depth overview of the samba experience, you can get it here:http://us6.samba.org/samba/docs/man/Sam ... ollection/
and just by googling around. As a warning, after you get beyond the generic windows shared files, printers, and the like and move into multiple domain management, networked user accounts, etc. you must leave the world of gui-based configurations and delve deep into config files to get samba working. It's not hard, just a bit unfamiliar.
Most users find all of samba they use has already been magically configured for them - all they have to do is use the "browse network" option on whatever file manager they happen to prefer.