[lug] Where is the GUI version of SMBClient?

Hugh Brown hugh at math.byu.edu
Sat Feb 17 08:34:07 MST 2007

Collins Richey wrote:
> On 2/16/07, siegfried <siegfried at heintze.com> wrote:
>> I took Collins Richey's advice and tried out xubuntu by clobbering 
>> debian. I
>> regret, however, I did not write down a great program that debian had as
>> part of the default installation. It was a GUI version of smbclient 
>> and it
>> enumerated all my samba servers on the network and you could click on a
>> server and enumerate the samba shares (and then, of course, click on a 
>> share
>> and enumerate the directory structure beneath that). It was in a menu 
>> called
>> "show servers" or "show network" or something like that.
>> Can I use apt-get to install this in xubuntu? Does anyone know the 
>> name of
>> the program?

konqueror can be used to connect to do this.  I'd expect nautilus to do 
it too.

apt-get install kubuntu-desktop will give you kde and all of its 

then you should be able to run konqueror and get a list of samba 

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