Originally posted by raska
sometimes this doesn't work for me, because of differences in the kerberos protocol... at least that's what I could understand... stupid Active Directory DNS server
In KDE (3.4.2) I type in the address bar smb://<host_or_ip/
it asks me for the user in the domain and the password and then I can see the shared resources (even those 'hidden' which finish with a $ symbol) and files according to my privileges. I have my computer in the same domain as any other in the network, but... it has slackware muaaajajajajajajaja
That worked amazingly well. I was running Knoppix and wanted to access shared files on a windows domain. I typed that into Konqueror and I was able to read and write to the windows share.
I tried running lisa and linNeighborhood and I was able to see the computers, but when i mounted the drives, I couldn't see all of the folders...
The only problem is that it can't find some of the folders and filenames that are written in chinese, but i think that's a browser encoding problem.