GCiszeski at anadigics.com
Mon Jan 25 18:53:07 GMT 1999
Date: Sat, 23 Jan 1999 15:08:09 +0100 (NFT)
From: Wilfried Landschuetz <wilfried at we5x05.physik.uni-wuerzburg.de>
To: samba at samba.org
Subject: Re: smbwrapper
<Pine.A220.127.116.110123150508.27618A-100000 at we5x03.physik.uni-wuerzburg.de>
> What you are looking for is smbwrapper, which is in fact included with
> 2.0. However as it is not supported on all systems it is not included
> in the default build (it should work nicely on Solaris though).
> Essentially smbwrapper is a preloaded library which intercepts system
> simulates a /smb filesystem, so you can access /smb/SERVER/SHARE/file.txt.
> If you are interested in trying this out you need to "make smbwrapper".
>This sounds very interesting, but where can I find information how to use
>this smbwrapper library?
>( A grep of 'wrap' in all samba-source and -doc files didn't succeed)
Thanks much people for all the responses about smbsh and smbwrapper.
It was not in the compiled binaries as I first downloaded but I found it in
version. I tried compiling SAMBA v2.0.0 with an older rev of gcc (2.6) and
had a ton
of problems. I do have SparcCompiler cc and it compiled flawlessly for
on a Sparc20. I also compiled and installed the smwrapper and read the doc
Now the bad news....What do I do with it? My original question was that I
mount an NT server/workstation drive from my Sparcstation and that smbsh was
I needed. Can anyone give me a semi-detailed procedure?
It just isn't intuitive to me...Granted, I'm dumb as a bag of hammers at
I just don't see it. What do I put in my "fstab" file? Do I need to start
on the NT side?...Etc.
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