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Smb4K

Advanced Network Neighborhood Browser for KDE

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Smb4K is an advanced network neighborhood browser for KDE and a frontend to the programs of the Samba software suite. Its purpose is to provide a program that's easy to use and has as many features as possible.

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  • gian1972
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    Prefect app to mount smb shares in kde (perhaps other DE too...). Exactly what I needed. Before I used some scripts and CLI to mount the shares! Thanks for giving us this good pice of software. Gianluca

    Posted 08/29/2014
  • mardoell
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    This program makes very loud sounds on errors (seriously, it got me scared and cause ear pain). I cannot find an option to turn sound off. Cannot find initial basic instructions on how to use it.

    Posted 05/28/2014
  • freebsdhacker
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    I absolutely love Smb4k... it will not only browse your local network neighborhood (on my FreeBSD and Linux boxes... and my Solaris boxes too I believe) - but it will also mount shares, etc. and you can set it to auto-mount shares upon startup (and you can have Smb4k started automatically upon login, etc...) - so, overall, it's all I use for *nix <--> Windows Integration... LOVE IT!!!

    Posted 03/23/2012
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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

KDE

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2011-10-03
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