Smb4K is an advanced network neighborhood browser and Samba share mounting utility. Its purpose is to provide a program that's easy to use and has as many features as possible.
- Scanning for (active) workgroups, hosts, and shares
- Support of the CIFS (Linux) and SMBFS (FreeBSD, NetBSD) file system
- Mounting and unmounting of shares
- Access to the files of a mounted share using a file manager or terminal
- Auto-detection of external mounts and unmounts
- Remounting of previously used shares on program start
- Miscellaneous infos about remote network items and mounted shares
- Network search
- WINS server support
- Preview of the contents of a remote share
- Several methods to look up the initial list of workgroups and domains
- Default login
- Special handling of homes shares
- Ability to bookmark favorite shares
- System tray widget
- Support of advanced Samba options
- Support of printer shares
- KWallet support
- Synchronization of a remote share with a local copy and vice versa
- Ability to define custom options for individual servers and shares
- Laptop support through the Solid hardware device framework
- Wake-On-LAN capabilities
- Plasmoid for desktop integration
- Profiles for different network neighborhood setups
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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
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.
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!!!