Table of Contents
- Running Smb4K
- The Main Window
- The Network Neighborhood Browser
- The Network Search View
- The Mounted Shares View
- The System Tray Widget
- Special Remarks
After the installation, you can run Smb4K either from the K menu or from the command prompt by typing
Smb4K does not take any arguments, except those that are known to all KDE applications.
If your system is missing some of the programs Smb4K needs to operate properly, it notifies the user:
In this case, please install the specified program or, if it is already present, add its location to the
PATH environment variable in your shell's configuration file (for the bash(1) shell it is the
In addition, it is recommended that you configure Samba before using Smb4K. You may use the web-based swat(8) utility for this purpose if you have Samba 3 installed. However, it was removed from Samba 4. With this version, you can use other graphical tools (e.g. system-config-samba) or configure the smb.conf(5) file manually.