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Smb4K

   1.1.3  

KDE Networking Tool

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  30055
Submitted:  Jan 3 2004
Updated:  Jun 17 2014

Description:

Smb4K is a SMB/CIFS (Windows) share browser for KDE. It uses the Samba software suite to access the SMB and CIFS shares of the local network neighborhood. Its purpose is to provide a program that's easy to use and has as many features as possible.

Features:
* Scanning for (active) workgroups, hosts, and shares
* Support of the CIFS (Linux) and SMBFS (FreeBSD) file system
* Mounting and unmounting of shares (using the KAuth framework)
* Access to the files of a mounted share using a file manager or terminal
* Auto-detection of external mounts and unmounts
* Remounting of previously used shares on program start
* Miscellaneous infos about remote network items and mounted shares
* Network search
* WINS server support
* Preview of the contents of a share
* Several methods to look up the initial list of workgroups and domains
* Default login
* Special handling of homes shares
* Ability to bookmark favorite shares and organize them in groups
* System tray widget
* Support of advanced Samba options
* Support of printer shares
* KWallet support
* Synchronization of a remote share with a local copy and vice versa
* Ability to define custom options for individual servers and shares
* Laptop support through the Solid hardware device framework
* Wake-On-LAN capabilities
* Plasmoid for desktop integration

Linux and FreeBSD are supported. Smb4K might also run under different operating systems.




Changelog:

The release notes and the ChangeLog can be viewed at https://sourceforge.net/projects/smb4k/files/1.1.3/.




LicenseGPL
Source(Smb4K 1.1.3 (KDE >= 4.8 / Qt 4.8))
Source(Smb4K 0.10.12 (KDE 4.x / Qt >= 4.3))
Source(Smb4K 0.9.10 (KDE 3.3 / Qt 3.3))
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 Make error

 
 by dionysus on: Jul 7 2006
 
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Hello-
great looking software, can't wait to use it.

my problem during 'make' has something to do with Konqueror. I get:
smb4k_konqplugin.cpp:103: error: 'CTRL' was not declared in this scope
smb4k_konqplugin.cpp:103: error: 'Key_O' was not declared in this scope
smb4k_konqplugin.cpp:111: error: 'connect' was not declared in this scope

...and a host of other Konq.... not declared errors. As a total noob, I don't know what problem this represents. I hope some kind person out there does.
Thanks,


CSP
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 Re: Make error

 
 by dustpuppy on: Jul 8 2006
 
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If the compilation of the rest of the program went through without errors, maybe you are missing the header files of kdebase?


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 Re: Re: Make error

 
 by dionysus on: Jul 10 2006
 
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/ForeheadSlap.

Thanks... this community rocks.

I appreciate your time.


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 not working

 
 by zero1 on: Aug 6 2006
 
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something wrong with my smb4k. it can't seem to see the network. after scanning nothing comes out. i can mount by hand. though. i know i can see every PC in our office LAN coz i can just do, smb://computer_name/share_dir using konqui.


i'm using opensuse 10.1. in my suse 9.3 everything is fine.

what seems to be wrong?


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 Re: not working

 
 by dustpuppy on: Aug 6 2006
 
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Is the SUSE firewall running? If yes, please read the 'Frequently Asked Questions' section of the handbook.

If this is not the case: Have you tried different methods to retrieve the browse list (configuration dialog -> Network -> Browse List)?


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 Re: Re: not working

 
 by zero1 on: Aug 10 2006
 
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firewall's down.. i've done almost everything. if i 'bookmark' the machine then that gets loaded on next use.


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 Re: Re: Re: not working

 
 by dustpuppy on: Aug 12 2006
 
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I'm currently out of ideas, why this does not work. I'll install SUSE and try to find out what's wrong, but I cannot promise that I'll succeed since I do not know this distribution that well...


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 Re: Re: Re: not working

 
 by dustpuppy on: Aug 12 2006
 
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I haven't started playing around with SUSE, but I found a possible cause for your problem: Do you have more than one network interface? In this case you should set the 'interfaces' option in the [global] section of the smb.conf. It has to contain the network interface(s) that is/are connected to your network neighborhood, e.g.:

interfaces = 192.168.1.1/24

or

interfaces = eth0

You may also add your local interface:

interfaces = 192.168.1.1/24 127.0.0.1/8

or

interfaces = eth0, lo

As you can see, Samba allows either IP addresses or the network interface names. I recommend the first alternative.

BTW: The interface option may also be helpful if you have only one network interface.


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 re: not working

 
 by zero1 on: Aug 15 2006
 
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ok thanks for the suggestions guys. i'l try it. i only have 1 interface. it's being managed by networkmanager rather than the the traditional one w/c requires root privs. our internet connection in the office is bad. every now and then it goes down or we have to change to another ISP and so the private IPs/subnet change because it's using a different router.


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 NT_STATUS_ACCOUNT_DI

 
 by Brian1 on: Nov 12 2006
 
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Maybe someone may know the answer to this. It may refer to 0.7.3 but no change in 0.7.4.

Error on Windows 2000 Pro NT_STATUS_ACCOUNT_DISABLED


Using Smb4k version 0.7.3 I recieve this error when trying to open the machine under the network box.

Could not connect to server LCOMP15
The account was disabled
Connection failed: NT_STATUS_ACCOUNT_DISABLED

This is the info from smbclient command.
[crusher58@lcomp58 ~]$ smbclient -L lcomp15 -U crusher15
Password:
Domain=[LCOMP15] OS=[Windows 5.0] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN Manager]

Sharename Type Comment
--------- ---- -------
E$ Disk Default share
IPC$ IPC Remote IPC
D$ Disk Default share
DDRIVE Disk D Drive on lcomp15
ADMIN$ Disk Remote Admin
C$ Disk Default share
Domain=[LCOMP15] OS=[Windows 5.0] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN Manager]

Server Comment
--------- -------

Workgroup Master
--------- -------

I can mount the share from the command line using this command fine.
mount -t smbfs -o username=crusher15 //192.168.1.15/DDRIVE /mnt/lcomp15_smbfs/lcomp15_smbfs_ddrive

The Install is as default as it can be. No special setings other than default from the install. Install is 30days old with most current updates from the Windows Updater. Setup as a workgroup using worgroup name of CRUSHER and compter name as LCOMP15.

Been away from windows for quite a while. Been in the Linux world heavyly for over 4 years so I have forgotten more about Windows and what to look for than I will ever remember. So if any info needed from the 2000 machine please provide exact commands or which control panel items to check. Same applies to review the registry as well.

Current system is a Centos 4.3 fully updated and beyound on many other things.
Kernel 2.6.18.1
KDE 3.5.4.2

Current samba is the following rpms
samba-client-3.0.23b-0.1.el4.kde
system-config-samba-1.2.21-1
samba-swat-3.0.23b-0.1.el4.kde
samba-3.0.23b-0.1.el4.kde
samba-common-3.0.23b-0.1.el4.kde

Using this smb4k. I thought it was one I have built but looks like it was pulled from a repo site during an apt update. I do know the version I did build did not work and gave same error 0.7.2.
smb4k-0.7.3-1.el4.rf

Have no problems seeing or mounting shares from Linux machines. Only current Windows is this Windows 2000 machine No 98 or XP to work with at the moment.

Thank you for your time and any help.
Brian


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 Re: NT_STATUS_ACCOUNT_DI

 
 by dustpuppy on: Nov 13 2006
 
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Have you tried to switch on Kerberos support (configuration dialog -> Samba -> General -> Active Directory)? Does it help?


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 Re: Re: NT_STATUS_AC

 
 by Brian1 on: Nov 26 2006
 
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Thanks for the reply. Check the Kerberos and no change there.

Thank you for your time.
Brian


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 Re: Re: Re: NT_STATUS_AC

 
 by dustpuppy on: Nov 27 2006
 
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Since smbclient seems to work, could you please try to set the protocol explicitly to the RAP protocol (configuration dialog->Samba->net->Protocol Hint)? Is it working now?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: NT_S

 
 by Brian1 on: Nov 28 2006
 
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Thanks again for some help. That did not make a difference either. I finally setup a WinXP machine and had a different result but did not document. I rebooted my notebook to XP and using my Desktop Linux to access with smb4k 7.3 had the same result to the windows 2000 machine. I forget about the issue with XP. Had to relearn how to setup file sharing in XP. So may still be missing something.

But I installed and older version of smb4k, version 0.5.1, and it sees the Linux and Windows 2000 shares fine. Tried 0.6.4 and back to the same error on the windows 2000 connection.

Who nows what is different. I will just stay with command line scanning and mounting. Works perfect no matter what I have connected to. May just use SMB4k for basic gui search but then just go command line from there.

Again thanks for your time.
Brian


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: NT_S

 
 by dustpuppy on: Nov 28 2006
 
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Since version 0.6.0 Smb4K uses the 'net' program instead of 'smbclient' to browse the network. 'net' is much more powerful and supports e.g. long share names.

In your case the 'net' command seems to fail to report the share listing on the Windows server. To find out what the problem is, I'd like you to do the following. Please run the command

$ net share -d3 -l -W [YOUR_WORKGROUP] -p 139 -w [REMOTE_WORKGROUP] -S [REMOTE_SERVER] -I [REMOTE_IP] -U [LOGIN]

in the shell. Replace the strings in the square brackets with the appropriate entries. If you do not have a login, please set [LOGIN] to 'guest%' or - if this returns nothing except debug output - to '%' (in both cases without the apostrophes). What does the command return (you may replace all IP addresses with x.x.x, etc.)?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by Brian1 on: Dec 2 2006
 
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Thank you for helping. Here is the command I used and the output.

[crusher58@lcomp58 ~]$ net share -d3 -l -W crusher -p139 -I 192.168.1.15 -U crusher15
[2006/12/02 11:29:17, 3] param/loadparm.c:lp_load(4954)
lp_load: refreshing parameters
[2006/12/02 11:29:17, 3] param/loadparm.c:init_globals(1410)
Initialising global parameters
[2006/12/02 11:29:17, 3] param/params.c:pm_process(572)
params.c:pm_process() - Processing configuration file "/etc/samba/smb.conf"
[2006/12/02 11:29:17, 3] param/loadparm.c:do_section(3696)
Processing section "[global]"
[2006/12/02 11:29:17, 2] lib/interface.c:add_interface(81)
added interface ip=192.168.1.168 bcast=192.168.1.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
[2006/12/02 11:29:17, 2] lib/interface.c:add_interface(81)
added interface ip=172.16.111.1 bcast=172.16.111.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
[2006/12/02 11:29:17, 2] lib/interface.c:add_interface(81)
added interface ip=192.168.203.1 bcast=192.168.203.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
[2006/12/02 11:29:17, 3] lib/util_sock.c:open_socket_out(874)
Connecting to 192.168.1.15 at port 445
Password:
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] libsmb/cliconnect.c:cli_start_connection(1417)
Connecting to host=192.168.1.15
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] lib/util_sock.c:open_socket_out(874)
Connecting to 192.168.1.15 at port 139
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 1] libsmb/cliconnect.c:cli_start_connection(1436)
session request to 192.168.1.15 failed (Called name not present)
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] libsmb/cliconnect.c:cli_start_connection(1417)
Connecting to host=192.168.1.15
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] lib/util_sock.c:open_socket_out(874)
Connecting to 192.168.1.15 at port 139
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] libsmb/cliconnect.c:cli_session_setup_spnego(723)
Doing spnego session setup (blob length=16)
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] libsmb/cliconnect.c:cli_session_setup_spnego(727)
server didn't supply a full spnego negprot
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp.c:ntlmssp_client_challenge(941)
Got challenge flags:
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp.c:debug_ntlmssp_flags(63)
Got NTLMSSP neg_flags=0x628a0215
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp.c:ntlmssp_client_challenge(963)
NTLMSSP: Set final flags:
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp.c:debug_ntlmssp_flags(63)
Got NTLMSSP neg_flags=0x60080215
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp_sign.c:ntlmssp_sign_init(338)
NTLMSSP Sign/Seal - Initialising with flags:
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp.c:debug_ntlmssp_flags(63)
Got NTLMSSP neg_flags=0x60080215
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] rpc_client/cli_pipe.c:rpc_pipe_bind(2081)
rpc_pipe_bind: Remote machine 192.168.1.15 pipe \lsarpc fnum 0x4000 bind request returned ok.
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 3] rpc_client/cli_pipe.c:rpc_pipe_bind(2081)
rpc_pipe_bind: Remote machine 192.168.1.15 pipe \srvsvc fnum 0x4001 bind request returned ok.

Enumerating shared resources (exports) on remote server:


Share name Type Description
---------- ---- -----------
HP3310 Print HP Photosmart 3300 series
E$ Disk Default share
IPC$ IPC Remote IPC
D$ Disk Default share
DDRIVE Disk D Drive on lcomp15
print$ Disk Printer Drivers
ADMIN$ Disk Remote Admin
C$ Disk Default share
[2006/12/02 11:29:22, 2] utils/net.c:main(988)
return code = 0

Thank you for your time. Never thought I would get this much help.
Brian



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: NT_S

 
 by dustpuppy on: Dec 4 2006
 
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That's really strange... With the shell command you get the right output but with Smb4K you don't?!? What happens when you add the '-S [SERVER] -w [REMOTE_WORKGROUP]' arguments to the command? Do you still get the list of shares? What happens if you replace '-p 139' with '-p 445' (the UDP port)?



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by Brian1 on: Dec 21 2006
 
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Soory to be away for a while. Busy at work. But today I tried this and got the same output as before.

Same output using -p 445

Since last time I had reinstalled Windows 2000 Pro on a formatted partition. One of them pesky viruses hit it and was easier to reinstall than fix.

Thanks for your time.
Brian

[crusher58@lcomp58 ~]$ net share -d3 -l -W crusher -w crusher -S lcomp15 -p139 -I 192.168.1.15 -U crusher15
[2006/12/20 19:44:48, 3] param/loadparm.c:lp_load(4954)
lp_load: refreshing parameters
[2006/12/20 19:44:48, 3] param/loadparm.c:init_globals(1410)
Initialising global parameters
[2006/12/20 19:44:48, 3] param/params.c:pm_process(572)
params.c:pm_process() - Processing configuration file "/etc/samba/smb.conf"
[2006/12/20 19:44:48, 3] param/loadparm.c:do_section(3696)
Processing section "[global]"
[2006/12/20 19:44:48, 2] lib/interface.c:add_interface(81)
added interface ip=192.168.1.168 bcast=192.168.1.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
[2006/12/20 19:44:48, 2] lib/interface.c:add_interface(81)
added interface ip=172.16.111.1 bcast=172.16.111.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
[2006/12/20 19:44:48, 2] lib/interface.c:add_interface(81)
added interface ip=192.168.203.1 bcast=192.168.203.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
[2006/12/20 19:44:48, 3] lib/util_sock.c:open_socket_out(874)
Connecting to 192.168.1.15 at port 445
Password:
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] libsmb/cliconnect.c:cli_start_connection(1417)
Connecting to host=lcomp15
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] lib/util_sock.c:open_socket_out(874)
Connecting to 192.168.1.15 at port 139
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] libsmb/cliconnect.c:cli_session_setup_spnego(723)
Doing spnego session setup (blob length=16)
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] libsmb/cliconnect.c:cli_session_setup_spnego(727)
server didn't supply a full spnego negprot
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp.c:ntlmssp_client_challenge(941)
Got challenge flags:
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp.c:debug_ntlmssp_flags(63)
Got NTLMSSP neg_flags=0x628a0215
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp.c:ntlmssp_client_challenge(963)
NTLMSSP: Set final flags:
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp.c:debug_ntlmssp_flags(63)
Got NTLMSSP neg_flags=0x60080215
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp_sign.c:ntlmssp_sign_init(338)
NTLMSSP Sign/Seal - Initialising with flags:
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] libsmb/ntlmssp.c:debug_ntlmssp_flags(63)
Got NTLMSSP neg_flags=0x60080215
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] rpc_client/cli_pipe.c:rpc_pipe_bind(2081)
rpc_pipe_bind: Remote machine lcomp15 pipe \lsarpc fnum 0x4000 bind request returned ok.
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 3] rpc_client/cli_pipe.c:rpc_pipe_bind(2081)
rpc_pipe_bind: Remote machine lcomp15 pipe \srvsvc fnum 0x4001 bind request returned ok.

Enumerating shared resources (exports) on remote server:


Share name Type Description
---------- ---- -----------
E$ Disk Default share
IPC$ IPC Remote IPC
D$ Disk Default share
DDRIVE Disk DDRIVE
ADMIN$ Disk Remote Admin
C$ Disk Default share
[2006/12/20 19:44:53, 2] utils/net.c:main(988)
return code = 0



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: NT_S

 
 by dustpuppy on: Dec 22 2006
 
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It is very strange, that you get the output in the shell but not with Smb4K, because it uses the same command... Do you have SELinux running? If yes, please try setting it to 'permissive'. This already helped other users. If you do not have SELinux running or if it already is set to 'permissive', could you please create a new user and try to browse the network neighborhood with Smb4K as the new user? Does this work?



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 Comfortability

 
 by pajaro on: Dec 22 2006
 
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Hi,

It would be really good to have a checkbox in the login window to remember password, and then, store it in kdewallet, like konqueror does when you access a secured ftp server.


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 Re: Comfortability

 
 by dustpuppy on: Dec 22 2006
 
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Smb4K by default stores the passwords in a KWallet. You can switch this feature on by checking "Save login information in a wallet" in the configuration dialog (Authentication -> Password Storage).


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 SuSE 10.2 Problem

 
 by laser60 on: Dec 23 2006
 
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Suse 10.2 has a strange problem that smbfs is not supported by default kernel. modprobe smbfs returns FATAL and there is no smbfs module. More information at:
http://lists.opensuse.org/archive/opensuse-bugs/2006-12/msg02353.html

I can browse lan using smb:/ in konq and able to mount lan share folders.

I tried to enable cifs and set the UID but I recieve this :

mount error: could not find target server. TCP name ALI/game for music not found
No ip address specified and hostname not found

Any tip?


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 Re: SuSE 10.2 Proble

 
 by mingus on: Dec 27 2006
 
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smbfs was removed from the SuSE kernel because it is not maintained any longer. SuSE decided this was better (other distros left it in) because of support concerns. cifs seems to work, just replace that in your mount or fstab statement, otherwise identical syntax.

https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=227060


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 Re: SuSE 10.2 Problem

 
 by dustpuppy on: Dec 27 2006
 
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Please switch to the CIFS instead of the default SMBFS file system. To do so, go to the configuration dialog and change the entry from SMBFS to CIFS in the combo box under Samba->mount->File System.

Since you are using SUSE, please be also sure that the firewall is configured correctly. You can find information on this subject in the Trouble Shooting section of Smb4K's handbook.

If your problem still persists, please drop a note.


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 Re: SuSE 10.2 Proble

 
 by laser60 on: Dec 27 2006
 
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Thanks. It is working properly now.
For people with the same problem I should add that you must set UID for /sbin/mount.cifs and /mount/umount.cifs. The easy way is open a root konqueror, right-click on these files and set the property "set UID" in permission tab. You can also set it using terminal command (which I dont know :) ).

Thanks for very nice application.


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 Re: Re: SuSE 10.2 Pr

 
 by dustpuppy on: Dec 28 2006
 
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Actually, you should set the SUID bit for mount.cifs and umount.cifs:

$ sudo chmod +s /path/to/mount.cifs
$ sudo chmod +s /path/to/umount.cifs

Setting both programs to your UID might cause problems and is always not a good idea.


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 Re: SuSE 10.2

 
 by kinadai on: Jan 13 2007
 
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Even after setting UID, I still get an error mount error 20 = Not a directory

Any suggestion?


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 Invisible share !

 
 by Dji-Pih on: Jan 14 2007
 
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Hy,

I can scan my network, see my PCs and their shares. On each share, I can preview folders, subfolders and files.

BUT, when I mount a share, it appears few seconds and desappears. IMPOSSIBLE to access sharing files through smb4k, whereas I can do it through konqueror (smb://loginname@pcname/C$/WINDOWS)


Thanks in advance for your help
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