[PATCH] libsmbclient ACL support / smbsh as libsmbclient
rsharpe at richardsharpe.com
Thu Oct 23 00:14:57 GMT 2003
On Thu, 16 Oct 2003 Derrell.Lipman at UnwiredUniverse.com wrote:
> Attached are two patches.
> 1. libsmbclient and related patches
I am looking at applying this ...
> - These changes extend libsmbclient to support the proposed POSIX extended
> attribute functions:
> - Small modification to libsmbclient to attempt connection on port 139
> before attempting port 445, to allow browse lists to work, as recommended
> on this list about 1 year ago.
> - Now that browse lists work, modified examples/libsmbclient/tree.c to
> start at the top-most level and retrieve the list of workgroups, rather
> than begin with the current workgroup
> - Added a function smbc_set_context() to provide a context to the
> libsmbclient compatibility functions rather than using the static one
> which is provided. This function also allows simply retrieving the
> static one in order to make changes to the defaults.
> 2. smbsh
> - This implementation of smbsh is entirely a libsmbclient application.
> Although it (in practice) replaces source/smbwrapper, I have opted to
> place it in examples/libsmbclient/smbsh since the files in
> source/smbwrapper appear to be required by other samba code (vfs modules
> wont build without those files being there). For anyone looking for a
> version of smbsh that works on modern versions of Linux, here it is.
Richard Sharpe, rsharpe[at]ns.aus.com, rsharpe[at]samba.org,
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