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Smb4K

   1.1.1  

KDE Networking Tool

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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  29848
Submitted:  Jan 3 2004
Updated:  Mar 28 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/1.1.1/.




LicenseGPL
Source(Smb4K 1.1.1 (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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 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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 Re: Invisible share !

 
 by dustpuppy on: Jan 15 2007
 
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Please try to set the SUID root bit for smbmount/smbumount/mount.cifs/unmount.cifs:

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

Alternatively, you can enable the option "Use super user privileges to mount and unmount shares" in the configuration tab. If neither works, please drop a note.


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 Re: Re: Invisible sh

 
 by Dji-Pih on: Jan 17 2007
 
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1/ The option "Use super user privileges to mount and unmount shares" doesn't works (tried before posting)

2/ Ok for /sbin/(u)mount.cifs, but I have no file name which containing (u)mount with the prefix "smb" ?


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 Re: Re: Re: Invisibl

 
 by dustpuppy on: Jan 17 2007
 
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Ah, OK, so the support for the SMBFS file system has been removed from your distribution. In this case the smbmount and smbumount binaries do not exit on your system. So, please be sure to switch to the CIFS file system in the configuration dialog (Samba -> mount -> File System). Does it work now?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Invi

 
 by Dji-Pih on: Jan 21 2007
 
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It does work now…
At the beginning, I had installed smb4k after samba server. I couldn't mount share, neither in SMBFS, nor in CIFS. I then decided to remove Samba server and keep only the client part. But that still did not work. Then, I tested smb4k in another session user, and I realized that it worked with the default settings. I thus took all the parameters in my session, and there, it worked…
In conclusion, I wonder if certain cumulated parameters block the mounting share…


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Invi

 
 by dustpuppy on: Jan 22 2007
 
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If you find out what the problem was, please drop a note. We then can add a fix or put a note into the handbook.


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 SMB4K

 
 by tollgate on: Apr 7 2007
 
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I used this app with Fedora Core 5 and it worked fine. When I upgraded to FC6, I had the same problem above, ie shares would mount momentarily, and then unmount. I got it to work by setting the SUID on the two cifs files as detailed above (although I did it using Krusader in root mode), and then unchecking "use super user privileges to mount and unmount shares"



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 smb4k and windows 2k

 
 by Brian1 on: Jan 14 2007
 
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Been here before and had one person to help me along but I never could succeed on the following error. Even a bug report to the smb4k berlios site did not help. Still and open bug with no input from developers. If SMB4K does not work with default Windows 2000 pro install then that is fine. If I need to edit Windows registry then that is fine. Just include the info to do that.

Just would like to know if it is designed to do it or not.

When selecting my Windows 2000 box I get this error immediatley.
The list of shares could not be retrieved.
Details:
Could not connect to server Lcomp12.
The account was disabled.
Connection failed: NT_STATUS_ACCOUNT_DISABLED

Of course one can mount the share from the command line or even from Konqueror through KDE. No problems there.

Again I wish to thank the other person for their help and to others that can answer this question.

Brian


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 Re: smb4k and windows 2k

 
 by dustpuppy on: Jan 15 2007
 
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Hello again!

I'm still aware of your problem (I'm the main developer of Smb4K), but I haven't been able to reproduce it yet, because I do not have a W2k system at hand. So, finding a solution is not easy at the moment. Sorry.

The only advice I can give you right now is to mount the shares in the shell until the bug is fixed...

Bye
Alexander


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 Re: smb4k and win2k

 
 by Brian1 on: Jan 19 2007
 
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I had to search the older post here I did and found the ones I did. It was you dustpuppy that was trying to help me along. Did not know if you were a developer of smb4k. I do appreciate the help you have provided. Was not aware you had no access to a Windows 2000 OS. Just adding to the bugtrack and not seeing anything in about 2 months was kind of misleading. Also seeing other bug post over a year old in the bugtrack and no answers just seemed misleading to support. But I do know many that develop apps for Linux have a real job and this is when time can be spared. I reread my post and it does seem like I may be a bit upset to the developer. I do apolagize if it was seen that way. I had to intention of doing that.

What I need to do if you are wanting to do this is if I can find a a friend that has a legal copy of Windows 2000. Someone that is no longer using it. Then would you be interested in installing and seeing what you see? Not sure if I can find one but will give it a shot to help along the development of smb4k. Granted win2k is becoming old. What I need to do is install winxp on something to see how it works with smb4k. I tried in earlier testing ( borrowed XP machine ) but lack the time to study it during are last time here.

SMB4k is still a great app. I haven't really got into the newest version to see the extra options in the setup section.

Thank you for your time.
Brian


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 Re: Re: smb4k and win2k

 
 by dustpuppy on: Jan 21 2007
 
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Sorry for the late response, I was on a business trip.

Your post didn't sound upset to me. So, don't worry.

I know that one would assume that someone who develops an application such as Smb4K would have access to a W2k server. Unfortunately, this is not true. So, a donation of a legal and unused copy of W2k (or W2k3) would be much appreciated. (I tried buying W2k myself lately, but it seems that no full versions of that operating system are sold anymore. At least I could not find any. And W2k3 is far too expensive for me at the moment.)

By the way, we are currently trying to track down your problem. My co-developer suffered the same experience you reported and he is keen to eliminate this issue. So, hopefully, we can release a fix soon.

One last remark: I searched our bug tracker for your report because I could not remember that I saw it there. After some time I found it on the site administrator's BTS which is used to report problems with the BerliOS site. Unfortunately, we do not get notified, if someone reports Smb4K bugs there. In the future, please use the following link: http://developer.berlios.de/bugs/?group_id=769. Alternatively, you can also use the Help->Report Bugs... menu entry from within Smb4K. This makes sure that you get an answer quickly and that we are aware of the problem.


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 Re: Re: Re: smb4k an

 
 by Brian1 on: Jan 21 2007
 
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I see where my bug #9191 is posted at. https://developer.berlios.de/bugs/?func=detailbug&bug_id=9191&group_id=1
When I posted it there it did seem odd. I think maybe I was directly to the correct location and when I registered I ended up in the generic section that the 9191 bug I posted was in. That explains why it a others have never been responded too.

Thank you for your time and when you get it figured out that would be great. No hurry.

Thanks again for your time and help.
Brian


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: smb4

 
 by chugmonkey on: Feb 8 2007
 
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Hi guys,

I am having the same issue with my Windows Server 2003 AD domain. It may be related. I can offer up a Windows 2000 server image (legally) if it helps.

Do you guys have a bug id at http://developer.berlios.de/bugs/?group_id=769 I can review?

Many thanks!


:chugmonkey
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by dustpuppy on: Feb 8 2007
 
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This is the link to the bug that's discussed here: https://developer.berlios.de/bugs/?func=detailbug&bug_id=9191&group_id=1 . Please do not comment on it because we cannot keep track of that report (see above). If you like, you can open a new report at http://developer.berlios.de/bugs/?group_id=769.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by dustpuppy on: Feb 8 2007
 
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If you intend to donate the W2k Server image, you can contact me under dustpuppy AT users DOT berlios DOT de.



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 Re: Re: Re: smb4k an

 
 by bratwiz on: Feb 15 2007
 
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BTW-- if you're looking for a way to research these problems, look into the "Microsoft Action Pack". Its a really good deal. You get just about everything MS makes for $300/annual (4 quarterly updates) for first year, then $200/annual subsequent years. You get 10 licenses for most of the good stuff including servers, clients, office packages, you name it-- its a good deal. But you gotta be a "windows-oriented" company and an MS Partner. Both easy to accomplish.


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 Re: Re: smb4k and win2k

 
 by dustpuppy on: Jan 21 2007
 
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Sorry for the late response, I was on a business trip.

Your post didn't sound upset to me. So, don't worry.

I know that one would assume that someone who develops an application such as Smb4K would have access to a W2k server. Unfortunately, this is not true. So, a donation of a legal and unused copy of W2k (or W2k3) would be much appreciated. (I tried buying W2k myself lately, but it seems that no full versions of that operating system are sold anymore. At least I could not find any. And W2k3 is far too expensive for me at the moment.)

By the way, we are currently trying to track down your problem. My co-developer suffered the same experience you reported and he is keen to eliminate this issue. So, hopefully, we can release a fix soon.

One last remark: I searched our bug tracker for your report because I could not remember that I saw it there. After some time I found it on the site administrator's BTS which is used to report problems with the BerliOS site. Unfortunately, we do not get notified, if someone reports Smb4K bugs there. In the future, please use the following link: http://developer.berlios.de/bugs/?group_id=769. Alternatively, you can also use the Help->Report Bugs... menu entry from within Smb4K. This makes sure that you get an answer quickly and that we are aware of the problem.


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 Re: Re: smb4k and wi

 
 by bratwiz on: Feb 15 2007
 
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I have the same problem as well. Sometimes it goes away (not on its own, after I've messed with the configs) but always comes back. I haven't yet grokked what it is I change that makes it work, but I can absolutely say that its reproduceable over and over in several consequetive editions of Mandrake (currently using MDK2007) and its definitely annoying. I wish I knew what parameter(s) did it so I could just go __whatever__ and fix it. I just have to stumble on to it each time.


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 Re: Re: Re: smb4k an

 
 by bratwiz on: Feb 15 2007
 
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Oh, and I should also say that I have a windows 2003 network (all win2003 servers & XP pro clients)


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 Re: Re: Re: smb4k an

 
 by dustpuppy on: Feb 15 2007
 
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I'm currently investigating the problem and I hope to be able to fix it soon.


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 Re: Re: smb4k and wi

 
 by kdecharger on: Mar 9 2007
 
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Hi,

I have the exact same problem connecting to a win2003 server.

Same error but can login via smbclient or mount vi smbmnt from the CL.

Very odd.


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 CIFS krb SuSE10.2

 
 by satawn on: Mar 12 2007
 
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Hi

Smb4k can't seem to mount windows shares with kerberos support using CIFS in suse 10.2, and since smbfs was abandoned in this release, I had to use CIFS in smb4k.

When I try to mount a share it asks me for user/pass (although kerberos auth is marked in the options).
If I enter correct user and pass in the dialog, it mounts ok.

So it seems that smb4k isn't passing the right options to mount.cifs ?!


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 Re: CIFS krb SuSE10.

 
 by dustpuppy on: Mar 12 2007
 
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I'm currently trying to solve the mount problems. Please be patient.


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 Re: Re: CIFS krb SuS

 
 by satawn on: Mar 13 2007
 
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Thanks !
no problem..


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 win2k shares work

 
 by Brian1 on: May 9 2007
 
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I was having some down time and seen you have put a new update out. I first installed 0.8.2 and I clicked on the windows 2000 machine shown and entered password. Nothing happened no errors and so forth, no shares shown or anything. So I tried a Linux machine and shares are shown and mount. The umount did the error which 0.8.3 fixes.

So today I see 0.8.3 out and installed that. I first mounted a linux share and went fine and then umount and the fix works for the smb4k_umount. But still no windows 2000 machine shares shown. I went and changed the Net > Protocol hint from Auto to RAP. Click on the windows machine and the shares show up. They mount and umount fine as well.

So I should leave that setting as RAP and all should be fine?

Other than that the app smb4k is working very well but have so far used it about 5 minutes. Writing and copying to and from different OS and shares is working well. Will try to mount winxp and vista shares later on.

Thank you for your time and the work you put in this app. It is coming along really well.
Brian


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 Re: win2k shares work

 
 by dustpuppy on: May 11 2007
 
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Since the 'net' command seems to have problems determining the right protocol if the client is in a NT or W2k(3) domain, I suggest that you stay with the RAP protocol for now. It should work fine.

I'm very interested in the results of the test with Vista. I don't know if Samba already fully supports it, so it would be nice if you could give me a small report.


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 Re: win2k shares wor

 
 by Brian1 on: May 12 2007
 
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First a bit of info. The new notebook I was using has 64 bit RHEL 5 on it and compiled smb4k 0.8.3 on it. It also has the vista install on it.

Ok went back to my old notebook and installed smb4k 0.8.3. It can see linux shares but errors on a vista connection.

I set smb4k to same as the new notebook was using with RAP and cifs (does the same under smbfs as well). When I enter the username and password for the share to the vista share the console post this message.

*** glibc detected *** free(): invalid pointer: 0xbffe3b2c ***

Now clicking multiple time on the machine listed in smb4k the console shows this.
*** glibc detected *** free(): invalid pointer: 0xbf840b8c ***
*** glibc detected *** free(): invalid pointer: 0xbfab7dfc ***
*** glibc detected *** free(): invalid pointer: 0xbfdb90fc ***
*** glibc detected *** free(): invalid pointer: 0xbfa855cc ***


Now if I use the smbclient command to see listed shares it reports this error.
[crusher58@lcomp58 ~]$ smbclient -L lcomp65 -U crusher65
Password:
*** glibc detected *** free(): invalid pointer: 0xbfcd10fc ***
Aborted

Now if I use the command mount to mount the share it will mount it from the command. This is the command I used.

mount -t cifs -o username=crusher65 //192.168.1.100/Cdrive /home/crusher58/test1

Next tried mounting from Konqueror from a KDE session using this line on the web bar.
smb://crusher65@192.168.1.100

After a second or two it post this error.

The process for smb://192.168.1.100 protocol died unexpectedly.


Hope this helps. I will try XP connection later and post the info. If you need any other info please let me know.

Brian




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 Re: win2k shares wor

 
 by Brian1 on: May 12 2007
 
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Now to just to make sure smb4k 0.8.3 on the old notebook is working with Cifs and Rap options I started my VmWare session of Windows 2000 Pro on the notebook itself and it sees and mounts the shares fine. Also check to see the shares on a stand alone Windows 2000 machine and sess it fine.

So at this point no view of Vista shares.

Viewing and mounting of Windows 2000 shares is working fine.

Will check on XP shares next. Got to reboot both notebooks and get the old notebook running XP and then the new one running RHEL5.

Later
Brian


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 Re: win2k shares wor

 
 by Brian1 on: May 12 2007
 
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Back again with good news. Booting the old notebook to my XP install and the new notebook to the RHEL5 with smb4k 0.8.3 set as Cifs and RAP. I can view and see the shares of the XP machine. Mount and unmount fine as well.

So at this time from smb4k 0.8.3 I can find, view, mount and unmount Windows 2000 Pro and Windows XP Pro shares fine.

At this point it is working great. I have a feeling Microsoft went and mangled thier own networking share stuff again with Vista.

Going to boot the new notebook back to Vista and see how viewing from XP and Vista and vice a versa goes.

Thanks for your time and help. If you need anything please let me know.
Brian


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 Re: Re: win2k shares wor

 
 by dustpuppy on: May 13 2007
 
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Thank you very much for the tests. The outcome is, unfortunately, as I expected. It seems only the latest version(s) of Samba are more or less compatible with Vista (The release notes of Samba 3.0.24 indicate that the Vista support has been implemented and/or improved.), but earlier versions won't work. If you should try out Samba 3.0.24 (or later) one day, please let me know if you could access your Vista shares.


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 Re: Re: Re: win2k sh

 
 by Brian1 on: May 13 2007
 
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Ok my fellow linux friend says to have it working. He also uses Redhat distros and had to rebuild the samba package. He is using samba-3.0.24-1 src.rpm. I plan to install once I install a few devel packages needed. I my also play with the development samba 3.0.25-rc3 as well.

I will try to get some details and post.

Brian


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 Re: Re: Re: win2k sh

 
 by Brian1 on: May 13 2007
 
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Ok When you mentioned the version of samba it dawned to me to check the version on the old notebook. it was 3.0.23. The new notebook was already 3.0.24 but it also is the only Vista install I have. Built the 3.0.24-1 rpms from the src.rpm file and installed. I can now see and mount Vista shares using smbfs. It errors on cifs. Have to look into that later.

It is looking real good now if Microsoft doesn't go and screw things up again.

Brian


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: win2

 
 by Brian1 on: May 13 2007
 
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Ok this is working great.

One issue, I cannot connect using cifs to a Vista machine from smb4k. Smb4k post this error.

mount error 112 = Host is down
Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page. e.g.g.man mount.cifs

Ok now to my setup.
I Turn on my desktop and installed samba 3.0.24-1 and smb4k 0.8.3. Set it to smbfs and RAP.

Another desktop running Windows 2000 Pro.

Next one Laptop running Windows XP Pro

and the other notebook running Vista Home.

Also had one notebook up in Linux at one point.

All Windows based distros can see and mount each other as well as to Linux samba machines.

On the Linux desktop with smb4k using smbfs I can see all Windows machines. I can mount any share available as well. Also to another linux machine and itself. It is working great.

I can see shares on Windows 2000, XP, and the Vista using cifs. I can mount shares on Windows 2000 and XP only. I get the error posted at the top of this post when mounting Vista shares with cifs.

Hope this helps you out and if you need any detail info let me know.\

Brian


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: win2

 
 by Brian1 on: May 13 2007
 
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My buddy wanted me to mention that in the Redhat, Fedora, Cento, and RHEL samba rpms seem to leave the smbmnt and smbumount and few other commands out of the precompiled rpms. So to get them back one needs to conpile from source or use the generis src.rpm from samba to build the rpms from. If one looks in the extracted source file from the src.rpm there is a directory called packaging and inside that many directories OS specific. They contain specfic spec files which is what I used to build for RHEL.

Brian


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 Re: win2k shares wor

 
 by Brian1 on: May 12 2007
 
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Ok viewing back and forth from XP to Vista and vice a versa works fine over all. Just the view of vista shares from xp takes some time to pop up once clicked on.

Brian


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 Compile error

 
 by bitcrazy on: Jul 15 2007
 
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Hi,
while trying to compile ver. 0.8.4, I've got the following errors:
smb4kscanner.cpp:96: error: conflicting declaration ‘Smb4KScannerPrivate p’
smb4kmounter.cpp:167: error: ‘p’ has a previous declaration as ‘Smb4KMounterPrivate p’
smb4kscanner.cpp: In member function ‘void Smb4KScanner::processShares()’:
smb4kscanner.cpp:1249: error: ‘class Smb4KMounterPrivate’ has no member named ‘retry’
smb4kscanner.cpp: In member function ‘void Smb4KScanner::start()’:
smb4kscanner.cpp:1713: error: ‘class Smb4KMounterPrivate’ has no member named ‘retry’
smb4kscanner.cpp:1720: error: ‘class Smb4KMounterPrivate’ has no member named ‘retry’
smb4kglobal.cpp: At global scope:
smb4kglobal.cpp:214: error: conflicting declaration ‘Smb4KGlobalPrivate p’
smb4kmounter.cpp:167: error: ‘p’ has a previous declaration as ‘Smb4KMounterPrivate p’
smb4kglobal.cpp: In function ‘KConfig* Smb4KGlobal::config()’:
smb4kglobal.cpp:262: error: ‘class Smb4KMounterPrivate’ has no member named ‘config’
smb4kglobal.cpp: In function ‘QTimer* Smb4KGlobal::timer()’:
smb4kglobal.cpp:272: error: ‘class Smb4KMounterPrivate’ has no member named ‘timer’
smb4kglobal.cpp: In function ‘const QString Smb4KGlobal::specifyUser(const QString&, QWidget*, const char*)’:
smb4kglobal.cpp:292: error: ‘class Smb4KMounterPrivate’ has no member named ‘homesHandler’
smb4kglobal.cpp: In function ‘Smb4KPasswordHandler* Smb4KGlobal::passwordHandler()’:
smb4kglobal.cpp:298: error: ‘class Smb4KMounterPrivate’ has no member named ‘passwordHandler’
smb4kglobal.cpp: In function ‘Smb4KSambaOptionsHandler* Smb4KGlobal::optionsHandler()’:
smb4kglobal.cpp:304: error: ‘class Smb4KMounterPrivate’ has no member named ‘optionsHandler’
smb4kglobal.cpp: In function ‘const QString& Smb4KGlobal::tempDir()’:
smb4kglobal.cpp:310: error: ‘class Smb4KMounterPrivate’ has no member named ‘tempDir’
smb4kglobal.cpp: In function ‘const QStringList Smb4KGlobal::homesUsers(const QString&)’:
smb4kglobal.cpp:316: error: ‘class Smb4KMounterPrivate’ has no member named ‘homesUsers’
make[3]: *** [libsmb4kcore_la.all_cpp.lo] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/packages/BUILD/smb4k-0.8.4/smb4k/core'

I'm using openSUSE 10.2 on an i686 with gcc 4.2

Greetings
m0nk


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 Re: Compile error

 
 by dustpuppy on: Jul 15 2007
 
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Thanks for reporting this. I have GCC 4.1.2 and had no problems compiling the source. I'll look into this today.


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 Re: Compile error

 
 by dustpuppy on: Jul 15 2007
 
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Using GCC 4.2 (20070712) and GNU automake 1.9 I do not experience any problems. Are you using GNU automake or unsermake?


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 Re: Compile error

 
 by dustpuppy on: Jul 15 2007
 
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If I configure the source using the '--enable-final' argument, I can reproduce your problem. If you are using this argument, please drop it and retry. Does it compile now?


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Wow, new version! We will now try to compile it :-)


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 Re: new version!

 
 by dustpuppy on: Sep 26 2007
 
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Yes. I'm sorry that it took so long!


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