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Smb4K

   1.1.3  

KDE Networking Tool

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Homepage:  Link
Issue Tacker:  Link
Forum:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  30038
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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 intrepid packages for 0.10.0

 
 by groo on: Oct 14 2008
 
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intrepid packages available in:
https://edge.launchpad.net/~paulo-miguel-dias/+archive

enjoy :)


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 Can't mount Windows 98 shares

 
 by dsmithkdapps on: Nov 23 2008
 
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Hi,

I can see, but not mount the shares from 0.10.1 on Intrepid.

The error message is "mount error 112 = host is down"

I can't even see the shares, unless I manually select RAP. It is also listing non-existent shares (old shares from before a major repartition), but I guess that's not an smb4k thing?

I am running a SOHO nw with a dhcp router, and sw firewalls on everything (including the Win 98).

I can mounting the 98 shares from XP pro (on another pc). Note xp does not list the non-existent shares that show up in Intrepid.

I can mount W2K shares (running on the same, multiboot pc as 98) from smb4k/Intrepid no problem.

Thanks!


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 Re: Can't mount Windows 98 shares

 
 by dustpuppy on: Nov 29 2008
 
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This is not an Smb4K problem but a Samba problem. Obviously the CIFS client program cannot handle W9x shares properly. However, I do not have a fix, because Kubuntu (as well as Debian) does not ship smbmount/smbumount anymore (they are links to mount.cifs und umount.cifs, actually).


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 Re: Re: Can't mount Windows 98 shares

 
 by dsmithkdapps on: Dec 1 2008
 
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Hi,

I found this:

http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-919304.html

Checked in Intrepid /sbin/ & found
mount.cifs
unmount.cifs (both shared libraries)

and

mount.smbfs (shell script)
but no unmount.smbfs


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 Re: Can't mount Windows 98 shares

 
 by dustpuppy on: Dec 1 2008
 
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It just occurred to me that your problem might be related to a wrong port setting. W98 uses the (old) SMB protocol that listens on port 139. The default value for mounting in Smb4K is 445, though. Can you mount the shares when you define port 139 for mounting (Custom Options dialog->File system port)?


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 Re: Re: Can't mount Windows 98 shares

 
 by dsmithkdapps on: Dec 2 2008
 
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I'll try it and let you know...

Thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: Can't mount Windows 98 shares

 
 by dsmithkdapps on: Dec 4 2008
 
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Hi,

Custom Options/SMB port was already set to port 139 (apparently the default?).

In Configure/Samba, switching File system port from 445 to 139 made no difference.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Can't mount Windows 98 shares

 
 by dustpuppy on: Dec 7 2008
 
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Yes, 139 is the default for the SMB port. The custom file system port has to be set for every single share (I know that this is not very comfortable and will change it in one of the upcoming releases). But since you already set the global file system port to 139, changing the port won't help here.

Since you already have recent versions of Samba and the kernel in intrepid, I have no advice for you at the moment.

To check if this is an Smb4K bug or a problem of Samba's CIFS client program/the kernel, could you please do me a favor and post the output of the following shell command:

$ /sbin/mount.cifs //<w98_server>/<share_name> <mount_point> -o user=<your_username>,ip=<w98_server_ip>

Replace the placeholders in brackets with the appropriate values. If the mounting should fail, please also provide the outout of

$ /sbin/mount.cifs //<w98_server>/<share_name> <mount_point> -o guest,ip=<w98_server_ip>


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 Thank you!

 
 by nightm on: Jul 16 2009
 
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Thank you! I was looking for such program for a loooong time. It works perfectly. I can't even say how I'm happy with it.

Once again thank you!


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 Good

 
 by valeriodean on: Feb 9 2010
 
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Thank you, it's a very good program!
Have nice day.


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 Translations for 0.10.5

 
 by yurchor on: Feb 13 2010
 
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I see that updated translations of interface and docbook from the following pages

http://l10n.kde.org/stats/gui/trunk-kde4/po/smb4k.po/

http://l10n.kde.org/stats/doc/trunk-kde4/po/smb4k.po/

are not used. It is very sad. What is the sense to use KDE Translation teams efforts then?

But nevertheless, thank you for your application.


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 Re: Translations for 0.10.5

 
 by dustpuppy on: Feb 16 2010
 
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Please see my explanation at http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-i18n-doc&m=126633627211947&w=2

Sorry for any irritation or misunderstanding caused.

Alexander


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 Problem networking with smb4k

 
 by bsurfin on: Apr 24 2010
 
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I'm using Kubuntu 9.10 on one of my laptops & 10.04 on another laptop, I also have 2 windows xp computers.
After networking all computers, only my 2 linux computers use SMB4K Version 0.10.4 . My window computers access and share files back and forth, and my windows machines can also access my linux shared files, but from both of my linix machines I open SMB4K, and click on scan network, and vioala it shows all workgroups and all the hosts are shown as I click on each workgroup and the host list drops down. But unfortunately after I click on any of the hosts in a workgroup it says "querying host for list of shares", then eventually after recieving no errors, it says "done", but the share list never drops down, eccept if
I click "Guru" the host computer I'm working on it drops down the shared file list just fine, then I can click on the shared file of choice and it automatically mounts it. For all of the other hosts, I have to go to the host computer and write down the host name & name of the shared file I want to mount, then I go back to "Guru" and click mount manually, enter the share, IP Address, and workgroup and it then has no problem at all mounting any shared file on any computer. This is the first time SMB4K has done this,
I've been using this program for a couple years. The only difference is that I just freshly installed Kubuntu
on both of my new laptops, installed all updates, and added them to the network. I've never been able to network
a linux computer, but decided I'd just take the time and get it figured out. I've got it, but still have one thing stopping me.

I'm not sure if this is a Sambe Issue or a smb4k setting Issue.

What can I do to get smb4k to show all hosts shared files ?


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 Re: Problem networking with smb4k

 
 by dustpuppy on: Apr 28 2010
 
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I understand that you are able to discover all hosts present on the network, but are unable to get their shared folders, when you click on a server.

My first question is: Have you tried the latest version 0.10.7? Does the problem persist?

If latest version does not fix your problem, the easiest way to figure out what is wrong would be that you provide me with the shell output of the following command:

$ net rpc share list -l -S <SERVER_NAME> -I <SERVER_IP> -U <USER> -d2

Replace the values in brackets with the appropriate ones. Enter your password if you are asked for it.


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 Re: Re: Problem networking with smb4k

 
 by bsurfin on: Apr 29 2010
 
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I'm using smb4k 0.10.4 and there is no update available yet for Kubuntu. Not even if I change my update sources. I'll have to wait for that to become available.

I tried that command a couple different ways and I get nowhere:

jason@Guru:~$
jason@Guru:~$ $ net rpc share list -l -S <Outlaw> -I <192.168.1.3> -U <jason> -d2
bash: Outlaw: No such file or directory
jason@Guru:~$ sudo $ net rpc share list -l -S <Outlaw> -I <192.168.1.3> -U <jason> -d2
bash: Outlaw: No such file or directory
jason@Guru:~$ net rpc share list -l -S <Outlaw> -I <192.168.1.3> -U <jason> -d2
bash: Outlaw: No such file or directory
jason@Guru:~$ net rpc share list -l -S <Guru> -I <192.168.1.3> -U <jason> -d2
bash: Guru: No such file or directory
jason@Guru:~$ sudo net rpc share list -l -S <Guru> -I <192.168.1.3> -U <jason> -d2
bash: Guru: No such file or directory
jason@Guru:~$


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 Re: Re: Re: Problem networking with smb4k

 
 by dustpuppy on: Apr 29 2010
 
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Thanks for the output. However, for the command to work correctly, you need to omit the brackets, i.e. the command should look like this:

net rpc share list -l -S Outlaw -I 192.168.1.3 -U jason -d2

Sorry, I didn't phrase this clearly.


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