SMB for FUSE is a Network Neighborhood (Samba shares) filesystem. It works like smbfs, but instead of accessing one share at a time, all computers and workgroups are accessible at once from a single filesystem mount, making network browsing just as easy as it is on Windows.
|Tags||Filesystems Networking Communications File Sharing|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release fixes a segmentation fault in the configuration file parser and fixes a problem with temporary cache files. The program is now compatible with FUSE 2.5 as well.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with detecting versions of libsmbclient later than or equal to 3.0.20.
Release Notes: The release adds compatibility with libsmbclient 3.0.20, makes sure the program works when it's not installed in $PATH, and fixes permissions of the cache and pid file.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs in the configuration file parser and server listing as well as truncation of files. File permission changing (chmod) is implemented.
Release Notes: This release replaces the Python network crawler with a multi-threaded one written in C. The read and write speed has improved by using the latest version of FUSE. The authentication possibilities have improved: you are now able to specify a login globally, per server, or per share through a configuration file. Unused connections are now cleaned up. Share listing speed with applications such as Freevo or Konqueror has been improved.