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Old 06-06-2010, 10:58 PM   #1
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Smile [ASK]dolphin with samba protocol problem


hi...i'm just a newbie who wants to know and using slackware as my daily OS.
But i stuck in a problem, KDE dolphin cannot access samba folder (i.e if i want to browse with command smb://192.168.x.x in dolphin,i can see folder that had been share, but if i click it, dolphin will show a notification 'the process for the smb://192.168.x.x protocol died unexpectedly'). but it's odd when i browse another sharing folder in my network with same command (but in different IP),dolphin can browse perfectly the share folders.

please enlighten me.
 
Old 06-07-2010, 04:30 AM   #2
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I posted the exact same problem a few days ago here. At the last count that post had more than 150 viewings and not a single reply. I posted to a KDE list as well and nobody has answered there either.

If at least one other person is seeing this, I think I might file a bug.

btw there is also a work-around in my post - you can mount.cifs your samba share to some directory in your tree - you can then browse the share quite happily - that's why I think its a KDE / Dolphin bug not a Slackware issue.
 
Old 06-08-2010, 08:37 PM   #3
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thx for the suggestion and now i can mount my network folders. but there's another problem occur after that, in latest tree folder of my network folder that had been mount. I cannot add a folder,delete file/folder in latest tree folder in that share folder...
any suggestion?
 
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Originally Posted by el_jauzaa View Post
I cannot add a folder,delete file/folder in latest tree folder in that share folder...
any suggestion?
Do you mean the "Tree Style" of opening folders ?
If yes, then it is true that it is not possible to add, delete folders in Tree Style,

But

There must be some another way also of viewing those files in the shared folder.

In any other view except Tree style you will be able to perform those actions..

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Old 06-10-2010, 04:58 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by el_jauzaa View Post
hi...i'm just a newbie who wants to know and using slackware as my daily OS.
But i stuck in a problem, KDE dolphin cannot access samba folder (i.e if i want to browse with command smb://192.168.x.x in dolphin,i can see folder that had been share, but if i click it, dolphin will show a notification 'the process for the smb://192.168.x.x protocol died unexpectedly'). but it's odd when i browse another sharing folder in my network with same command (but in different IP),dolphin can browse perfectly the share folders.

please enlighten me.
Sorry, noob questions -

Have you made rc.samba in /etc/rc.d executable?

If yes, have you set up your smb.conf? Easiest way is through KDE system settings.

However, in slack 13.0 (not sure if it's still there in 13.1) there is a _massive_ bug with this. After using KDE to edit the smb conf, it puts 'file://' before every address in the file, which breaks samba completely. Just open your /etc/samba/smb.conf in kwrite and use 'find and replace to replace "file://" with "" (without the quote marks, ie. nothing). Then save the file and restart samba (sudo /etc/rc.d/rc.samba restart).

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Old 06-11-2010, 03:01 AM   #6
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Do you mean the "Tree Style" of opening folders ?
If yes, then it is true that it is not possible to add, delete folders in Tree Style,

But

There must be some another way also of viewing those files in the shared folder.

In any other view except Tree style you will be able to perform those actions..
what i mean by 'tree' is not tree as you mean anishakaul. but i mean as a hierarchy folder (if click a folder i will enter that folder, and if there had a folder too, click it and entering that folder too...that's wwhat i mean a 'tree') - sorry for my bad english.
 
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what i mean by 'tree' is not tree as you mean anishakaul. but i mean as a hierarchy folder (if click a folder i will enter that folder, and if there had a folder too, click it and entering that folder too...that's wwhat i mean a 'tree') - sorry for my bad english.
But I still think that you and I meant the same Tree Style !
All folders open in one window only in a tree style hierarchy.

Sorry If I am still getting you wrong
 
Old 06-11-2010, 03:09 AM   #8
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Sorry, noob questions -

Have you made rc.samba in /etc/rc.d executable?

If yes, have you set up your smb.conf? Easiest way is through KDE system settings.

However, in slack 13.0 (not sure if it's still there in 13.1) there is a _massive_ bug with this. After using KDE to edit the smb conf, it puts 'file://' before every address in the file, which breaks samba completely. Just open your /etc/samba/smb.conf in kwrite and use 'find and replace to replace "file://" with "" (without the quote marks, ie. nothing). Then save the file and restart samba (sudo /etc/rc.d/rc.samba restart).
after i read yout post, i made my rc.samba executable (chmod +x), but nothing change. FYI, i can see share folder, but i cannot enter the share folder. but odd, if i access another share folder in the different IP, i can access the folder with no problem....hmmm it's odd isn't?

about the smb.conf, in my /etc/samba/ i didn't see any file like that. but there are file similiar like that but only an 'example' (smb.conf-example).

please enlighten me.

 
Old 06-11-2010, 03:50 AM   #9
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But I still think that you and I meant the same Tree Style !
All folders open in one window only in a tree style hierarchy.

Sorry If I am still getting you wrong
but in another share folder (but in different IP) i can add or delete a folder/files...it's odd...(isn't it in same dolphin view configuration? )
 
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Ok I just checked with Dolphin Tree style, I can easily create folders there..

Check your permissions

EDIT
Do you have the permissions to create folders there with that IP ?

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Old 06-11-2010, 04:21 AM   #11
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Ok I just checked with Dolphin Tree style, I can easily create folders there..

Check your permissions

EDIT
Do you have the permissions to create folders there with that IP ?
i change to tree view, it's same.
about permission, its odd, when i use slack13.0 i can access that share folders and can easily delete or add a files/folder, but in slack13.1 didn't.

maybe dolphin in new KDE has a different configuration than his predecessor (in slack13.0) isn't?

ok, how do i change the permission?
 
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Is it necessary to use Dolphin ?

Try it with some other file manager like Konqueror.

If that succeeds it will mean the problem is with Dolphin, else some other settings need to be modified.
 
Old 06-11-2010, 07:37 AM   #13
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Is it necessary to use Dolphin ?

Try it with some other file manager like Konqueror.

If that succeeds it will mean the problem is with Dolphin, else some other settings need to be modified.
with konqueror...the same error appear...any suggestion?
looks like a bug in KDE, coz with slack13.0, i can access the share folders like a charm...
 
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I don't think there is any probability of having a same bug in dolphin and konqueror at the same time !

I believe there is some permissions issue.

OK
Are you able to create/delete folders in views other than TreeStyle ????

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Old 06-11-2010, 07:49 AM   #15
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I don't think there is any probability of having a same bug in dolphin and konqueror at the same time !

I believe there is some permissions issue.

OK
Are you able to create/delete folders in views other than TreeStyle ????
wait it a minute...we talk about error after i mount my share folder with 'mount.cifs' isn't it?

 
  


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