I'm developing a KDE Smb client tha use FUSE.
- Start KSmbFuse
- Use user settings to mount an SMB filesystem (in /smb by default)
- Opens and minimize to tray icon
- When a user access /smb:
- ls /smb => Available Samba/NT domains
- ls /smb/DOMAIN1/ => Available machines in this domain
- ls /smb/DOMAIN1/SERVER1/ => Available shares on this server
- ls /smb/DOMAIN1/SERVER1/SHARE1/ => Available files/dirs in this share
- As soon as KSmbFuse needs a password to access a file/dir, a modal
dialog is opened to ask the user for password for the wanted ressource.
- All applications can access /smb read/write (depending on rights)
without any modifications!
- No individual mount required to access all SMB space (all Domains, all
Servers, all shares)
- It uses FUSE for Kernel part
- It uses libsmbclient for SMB access.
It's in early devel stage, but it's still working. If someone is
intersted, please ask for a alpha release.
Bye and Thanks to all FUSE developers!