Re: Integration of samba in nautilus

If you do like I do when I'm at work and want to have your shares always
mounted when you login, check out pam_mount (search google) it works
really well.

On Fri, 2002-08-30 at 05:29, Johnathan Bailes wrote:
> First excuse my english, I am an American.
> There is no way to smbmount "permanently" a windows network share to
> some memorable location with nautilus.
> However, you can bookmark the location which is almost as good except
> for command line copying and such.
> There are many more people here that have much firmer grasps on the
> workings of samba support that might be able to give you better
> solutions but I have a couple of bookmarked network locations and it
> works fine.
> One of the biggest problem with nautilus in my opinion is the fact that
> Gnome has no central place to set up samba networking information that
> nautilus can use to set network browsing preferences.  The proper place
> I think would be in the network-properties capplet under desktop
> preferences.
> There is no place to put information like I want to browse as myself so
> I see the home dirs of the samba enabled Solaris development box and
> such. There is no place to set up the master browser as a certain
> machine or the preferred NT domain. 
> Also, as you mentioned there is currently no Network Neighborhood icon
> type thingee on the desktop or sidebar or bookmarks.  If you combine the
> two ideas, you can have nautilus only set up such icons if you specify
> network browsing preferences.  There is someone currently working on the
> idea of giving a user an indication that network browsing is available.
> On Fri, 2002-08-30 at 03:03, eneko astorkiza ieuskadi com wrote:
> > Firstly excuse my english, i'm spanish.
> > 
> > I have recently tried to become my linux box in my office computer (all my
> > office is working with windows)
> > 
> > One of the bigest problems i have seen are the samba shares.
> > 
> > I have seen that installing gnome-vfs-extra package i can put "smb:"  in
> > the navigation bar an see the samba shares.
> > 
> > The problem is that i have to map some network drives to work always with
> > them (i know how to do it from console, but ...).
> > Do you think about incuding a menu with "Map network drive".
> > 
> > And like in konqueror include the "network neighborhoood" in the tree ?
> > 
> > Un saludo
> > 
> >       Eneko
> > 
> > 
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> Johnathan Bailes	BAE Systems ESI
> email: johnathan bailes esi baesystems com
>  "UNIX was not designed to stop you from doing stupid things, because
>  that would also stop you from doing clever things." - Doug Gwyn 
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