Originally Posted by michaelk
The smb.conf file is used to configure the server i.e. when windows connects to a linux share. Dolphin has a built in samba client so you do not need to mount shares via fstab.
So what is displayed when you type in the following in dolphins location bar:
What Happens when you click on samba shares?
You can also view windows shares from the command line:
smbclient -L windows_IP_address (just press enter when prompted for a password)
Hi guys i seem to have it working partially. I can see my test share -
inux-4vl5:~ # smbtree
Enter root's password:
\\SERVER-1\K$ Default share
\\SERVER-1\J$ Default share
\\SERVER-1\IPC$ Remote IPC
\\SERVER-1\I$ Default share
\\SERVER-1\H$ Default share
\\SERVER-1\G$ Default share
\\SERVER-1\E$ Default share
\\SERVER-1\D$ Default share
\\SERVER-1\C$ Default share
\\SERVER-1\ADMIN$ Remote Admin
\\LINUX-4VL5 Samba 4.1.ypo
I can get to the share (films music)by typing it in Dolphin and can also add it to places so i am all good. However the Network or samba shares links in dolphin donít work though it seems i can bypass them. How can i see the config behind those folders so i could fix them?