SMBNetFS is a Linux/FreeBSD filesystem that allow you to use samba/microsoft network in the same manner as the network neighborhood in Microsoft Windows. Please donate me to help in SMBNetFS development.

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  • Exactly what I needed to access all the network resources since KDE KIO doesn't copy the files correctly.

  • Thanks for updates ;)

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  • Two enthusiastic thumbs up! :D Really, this tiny little app is a life savior, using SMBNetFS is a cake to have my Samba shares auto-mounted at log in, thank you!

  • O melhor programa para compartilhamento

  • This has proven to be a very useful project. I first tried fuse-smb under Ubuntu, and I encountered the "blank mount point" bug. Thankfully, smbnetfs came to the rescue, and works like a charm. I even added a static link so I don't have to wait for scans of the network; that was just nice to have. I'm very happy with smbnetfs.

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End Users/Desktop

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Non-interactive (Daemon)

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