[Samba] Another GUI
atom at polychrome.pl
Mon Oct 28 00:09:00 GMT 2002
Well i agree that hiding the special "$" is a good idea.
I don't understand how can I parse the smbclient Output wihout the "Disk"
> root at puppy:~# smbclient -L atomix
added interface ip=10.1.1.6 bcast=10.1.1.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
Domain=[NET] OS=[Windows 5.1] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN Manager]
Sharename Type Comment
--------- ---- -------
E$ Disk Domylny udzia
IPC$ IPC Zdalne wywoanie IPC
D$ Disk Domylny udzia
ADMIN$ Disk Administracja zdalna
C$ Disk Domylny udzia
Why is it confusing since the software only operates on files. Also maybe
you have an old version
of Thor (see fresmeat.net for the latest version).
And the auth utility well it work, look at http://184.108.40.206 and click
the Thor Demo, then click the yellow key
and you will be prompted for a Login and Password. It's just a simple link
so it should work to that level at least.
Thank you again for interestng in this.
> > atom wrote:
> > What word "Disk". Could you be more specific.
> As far as I understand you parse smbclient output and put Sharename and
> Type columns
> as label for a link to the share - "ShareName Disk". I don't think the
> word Disk carries much useful info. It is rather confuses.
> > And the printers youre right, i'll work on it (i forgot about that,
> > there are no shared printers in my network).
> There is also such shares as IPC$ and ADMIN$ that should be hidden.
> > Could you tell me to what kind of server you were trying to log in
> > (when the auth failed). I'm working on that now too, i have some
> Samba 2.2.6.
> I don't see any passwords prompts at all when try to click on the auth
> At the same time I watch that it spits word "Password:" in the Apache
> error log.
> > problems with encrypted passwords so that might be a problem.
> > Thank you for your help.
> Any time.
> Actually the interface you are making is something that many people
> As you probably know there was smb2www script that is very outdated and
> has some
> major issues (such as running away processes consuming 100% CPU).
> So it would be good to have something that work with new versions of
> Keep up your work !
> > Atom
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