Shell Commands/SmbFS

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SmbFS - Mounts a samba share

DOMAIN=WORKGROUP/K,USER=USERNAME/K,PASSWORD/K,CHANGECASE/S,CASE=CASESENSITIVE/S,OMITHIDDEN/S,QUIET/S,ASKPASSWORD=AP/S,CLIENT=CLIENTNAME/K,SERVER=SERVERNAME/K,DEVICE=DEVICENAME/K,VOLUME=VOLUMENAME/K,CACHE=CACHESIZE/N/K,DEBUGLEVEL=DEBUG/N/K,TZ=TIMEZONEOFFSET/N/K,TRANSLATE=TRANSLATIONFILE/K,NETBIOSNAMESERVICEPORT/N/K,PORT=NETBIOSSESSIONPORT/N/K,SERVICE/A

Note: If the service-name can not be found it will usually help to add the name to hosts (Found in System preferences) - just add the service name and IP-adress.

A more detailed documentation can be found on the SYS:MorphOS/Locale/Help/english/SmbFS.txt file.


Example:

SmbFS WORKGROUP=example VOLUME=Net: USER=morphosuser PASSWORD=example SERVICE=//sambaserver/sharedfiles


Tips for quitting the command if you've started it as a background process:

  • With the UnMount command from the shell.
  • If you have used the default device name for a samba share, you can unmount the share with the Eject screenbar module.
  • It can be quitted from the shell by finding out the process number with the Status command and giving that number to the Break command.
  • If you want to do the previous operation automatically for example in a script, you can use the following command (including all the apostrophes and alikes): Break `Status COM "SmbFS '//sambaserver/sharedfiles'"`
  • Any program which can send a CTRL-C signal to the program can quit it, for example the TaskManager program.