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Smb4K

   1.1.3  

KDE Networking Tool

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Smb4K
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  30087
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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 OS X, printing

 
 by dsmithkdapps on: Oct 30 2007
 
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Hi,

I managed to see and mount a Windows (98) share after setting the super user in settings (shouldn't this be 'on' by default?).

However: 1. I can see, but not mount the default share on OS X, getting "8208: tree connect failed: ERRDOS - ERRnosuchshare (You specified an invalid share name)" -- even though I only clicked on a folder that is using a correct share name (the OS X user name), which I did not specify in Smb4k.

In general I'm finding networking in KDE far more difficult than in Gnome (running both on the same Ubuntu install, it would have been nice if they could just see the same shares).

2. I can also see printers on OS X, but when I click on one, I get a dialog looking for "/home/dave/print.ps" where no such file exists. I guess I need to install a package -- but which one?

Thanks!


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 Re: OS X, printing

 
 by dustpuppy on: Oct 30 2007
 
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Hello!

From the error message you reported, I assume that you use the SMBFS file system for mounting. It may be that you need to use the CIFS file system to be able to mount the share from the OS X server. You can set the CIFS file system either globally in the configuration dialog (recommended) or use the "Custom Options" dialog to set it only for this share. (If you choose the first variant, you have to define the SMBFS file system for all shares running on Windows <= Me. CIFS cannot handle those yet.) If this does not work, please drop a note.

Concerning the print.ps file: This is only a pre-defined string and you do not need to install any package. You can change the file name to the one that you actually want to print by opening the file dialog and choosing the right file.


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 Re: Re: OS X, printi

 
 by dsmithkdapps on: Oct 30 2007
 
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Yes, haven't tried CIFS yet ('m new to all this as you may have guessed). I'll try your suggestions and let you know if they work for my setup.

Thanks!


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 CIFS works, but...

 
 by dsmithkdapps on: Oct 31 2007
 
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I couldn't figure out where to apply CIFS to just one share on my network, so I applied it globally. Now I can mount the OS X shares (and W2K) but not, as you pointed out, the W98 shares.

Also I'm a little unsure about the printing feature. I tried selecting a *.pdf file to print in the dialog after clicking on a Mac-mounted printer, but nothing happens.

Is it possible to add this printer to my printers list, or is it only possible to print directly from within Smb4K (assuming it is possible)?

Thanks again...


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 Re: CIFS works, but...

 
 by dustpuppy on: Nov 1 2007
 
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You can change several settings for a single share by opening the "Custom Options" dialog. To do so, select the share in the browser and open the popup menu. Choose "Custom Options".

Printer shares cannot be added to your printer collection and it is only possible to print from within Smb4K.

What puzzles me a bit is that you could not print the PDF file since that is one of the supported formats. Which version of Smb4K are you using?


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 Re: OS X, printing

 
 by dsmithkdapps on: Oct 31 2007
 
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Forgot to mention...

When I select "custom options" for a share displayed in the share browser, "CIFS" is not an option. There is a field for manual entry of Port#, and a drop-down menu with "auto / APS / RPC / RAP" options


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 Re: Re: OS X, printing

 
 by dustpuppy on: Nov 1 2007
 
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You accidentally selected a server...


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 Re: Re: Re: OS X, pr

 
 by dsmithkdapps on: Nov 2 2007
 
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Hmmm... presumably one would want/need to use the same file system for all shares on a given server?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: OS X, pr

 
 by dustpuppy on: Nov 2 2007
 
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Good point. At the moment you cannot do it this way, but I should definitely implement this.


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 Shares wizard

 
 by Mar91 on: Nov 28 2007
 
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I think smb4k should include a shares configuration wizard. I've tried several distribution, but no one had made a shares working. Too many options and hard to understand. Different tool to do it ( Example, kcontrol and yast in opensuse ). In windows what you have to do is just two clicks. I would like that smb4k will include a simple tool to create simple shares, without hard options or hard security thing. Just share a directory!
Thank you


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 Big improvement

 
 by dsmithkdapps on: Dec 16 2007
 
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just installed the new version. very smooth. A bit baffled until I re-enabled sudo privileges in options (couldn't mount shares even though I could preview them).

It even let me switch to smbfs to mount the Win98 shares, without dropping OS X and W2K shares previously mounted under CIFS. Slick! Though this aspect may be less intuitive to new users...


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 smb4k 0.9.0 feisty

 
 by groo on: Dec 18 2007
 
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smb4k 0.9.0 build available for (K)ubuntu feisty fawn 7.04. Amd64 and i386 flavours.

Get it on http://padoca.wordpress.com

Enjoy! :)


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 Gutsy?

 
 by dsmithkdapps on: Jan 20 2008
 
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Are you going to make a Gutsy version? I'm migrating, and sure would hate to leave it behind...


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 Re: Gutsy?

 
 by dustpuppy on: Jan 21 2008
 
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I uploaded packages for Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy) to our project's FTP site.

Have fun!


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 Mounting Vista share

 
 by brotherman38 on: Feb 17 2008
 
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I'm trying to mount Vista shares using Smb4k 0.9.2 (CIFS), with Samba 3.0.28 on Fedora 8. I can see the shared folders but I always get an error message "Error Mount 112 Host is down" I have no problems accessing the shares via Konqueror. I can mount shares on Windows XP machines via Smb4k without any problems. Help please.


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