jp012d at uhura.cc.rochester.edu
Mon Sep 21 18:05:57 GMT 1998
> What Unix are you using?
> Linux supports Samba shares being mounted as a file system. Other Unicies,
> alas, aren't as easy to write support file systems for, and as such probably
> don't include this support. Irix may get it very soon, however, as should
I've heard of smbmount. I wonder if there is such a thing for FreeBSD?
It might be in the 3.0 source tree.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joshua Pincus [mailto:jp012d at uhura.cc.rochester.edu]
> Sent: Monday, September 21, 1998 4:35 AM
> To: Multiple recipients of list
> Subject: x filemanager
> Hi there,
> I've got two questions, and I'll list them in order of importance. (1) Is
> there a way, or is there any research/development going into unearthing a
> to mount a samba filesystem like any other filesystem under UNIX?
> And (2), does anyone know of a good X filemanager? What I would really
> like to do is be able to mount a Samba directory or resource and treat
> it like any other directory. That way, I could get away from the FTP-like
> interface and be able to browse it with a graphical filemanager.
> Joshua Pincus
> BS Computer Science, May '99
> University of Rochester: jpincus at acm.org
> Jackson Laboratory: jsp at jax.org
BS Computer Science, May '99
University of Rochester: jpincus at acm.org
Jackson Laboratory: jsp at jax.org
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