dkrovich at wvu.edu
Sun Oct 4 18:26:42 GMT 1998
I'm interested in a Solaris port. I'll help test it as well.
On Sun, 4 Oct 1998, Andrew Tridgell wrote:
> I did a bit more work on smbwrapper/smbsh today. The main new stuff
> - supports listing machines in the local workgroup with a ls in /smb/
> - supports using *SMBSERVER so you can connect to servers using DNS
> names or IP addresses
> - supports foreign workgroups (set your SMBW_WORKGROUP environment
> - supports printing by copying files to a printer share with cp
> - supports deleting print jobs by deleting files on the printer share
> So you can now do "ls -laR /smb/" and get a recursive listing of all
> shares available on all servers in your workgroup. It takes some time
> though! I've also fixed numerous minor bugs.
> I think the next step is portability. Maybe a Solaris port?
> Cheers, Tridge
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