Konqueror can browse SMB shares and that works fine for me. What I am wondering is if there is a way to configure Konqueror to browse domain urls. What I mean is in a windows domain (someplace.com) you have several machines with shares (server1, server2, etc), each of these has certain folders shared (docs). The PDC can be configured such that the server names are hidden from the user and the URL will look like \\someplace.com\files\docs. The <files> part of the url is an alias of some sort (I'm not a Windows SMB expert, so that probably isn't the right name).
When I enter an url similar to this in Konqueror (smb://someplace.com/files/ ) I will get a listing of the aliased folders (docs) but none of them are accessible, i.e. they always return an error that says they do not exist. If I use the url with the server name (smb://server1/docs/) it works.
Anyone have any idea how to make this work?
It is only important because of the way emailed smb URLs are sent to me. I can't find the mailed documents without actually knowing the server they live on.
I think the default for SUSE is to have the screen saver set to random. That would explain this.
From: Steve Kratz [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2004 8:51 AM
Subject: RE: [suse-kde] Leaky KDE? Spontaneous SPAM as screensaver.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: C.Huijgen [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2004 2:13 PM
> To: suse-kde(a)suse.com
> Subject: [suse-kde] Leaky KDE? Spontaneous SPAM as screensaver.
> The problem I met may not be new, but, to a lazy person
> like me, to sponge on the more knowledgeable is easier
> then searching the archives. So, on the assumption the problem is new,
> her goes. Recently I switched to SuSe 9.1 Linux for my internet work,
> assuming I would be safe from intruders. However, in the
> beginning my machine came up with SPAM-like "screensavers",
> offering Viagra, interesting pictures and a rigmarole
> about Jack working all day. As soon as I touched a key
> they disappeared, but immediately after that KDE, never
> lightning fast, reacted much slower. Logging out did not
> help; the computer had to be restarted. Recently (because
> I choose a "real" screensaver?) the problem stopped
> occurring. No harm done apparently. Nevertheless the
> situation is a bit disquieting; how can this happen?
> It does not seem likely that the "screensavers" were
> included in the software, if only because the purchased
> version is (almost) identical to the downloaded one.
> As I was physically connected to a server, they may have
> come from the outside, but how?? Is Linux leaky?
> A more practical question: "how can I solve the problem?"
> But then, maybe I already did.
> Ideas anyone?
There are a number of "flakey" screen savers in there - but I don't think
they're pulling from outside sources. I've seen a bar-code one that's listed
Viagra among other things. I've also seen the "Jack" one "All work and no
play makes Jack a dull boy," etc.
My solution - set the screen saver to one particular one I like, and ignore
the rest ;)
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i can play music, mp3 without problem under kde...
but i the kde control center - sound, kde sound system is on... but i have no
sound when an event happent...
same thing for kopete... i receive a message or send one... but no sound
i use suse 9.1
La boîte à prog http://www.laboiteaprog.com
if i start Kopete, connect to an IRC server and enter a chatroom... I just
see the messages and not who's in the chatbox at the moment...
I tried to configure Kopete, but can't find an option to change this
can anyone help?
Thanks for trying to help me. Unfortunately my problem
is that I cannot find location of the cd drive or at
least the one that holds the audio files. I can go to
media/cdrecorder but no files are visible there and
typing cdaudio/ that shows up under Konqueror as the
location doesn't work either. I don't know what to
make of it.
--- Andrew Colvin <apc(a)abcj.demon.co.uk> a écrit :
> Had a bit of a play and to open the xmms cd device
> you need the play
> location and select the cd drive. Dont forget the
> cdaudio plugin.
> Hope this helps a little more
> On Tuesday 27 July 2004 19:26, you wrote:
> > Hi,
> > This is a rather trivial question but I am not
> able to
> > find a way to this I use the open dialog but I
> > file where those files are loaded on the system.
> > 8.2 I used media/cdrecorder to get to them but
> > 9.1 it seems to be at in a different spot that I
> > cannot find?
> > Any help is greatly appreciated.
> > Thanks.
> > George
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my keyboard layout is behaving a little strange. I use English(US) as my
default layout but each time i boot the system it loads a different
layout. I think it is German or something like that because it has the
-umlauds if i say it correctly-. Anyway, if i run yast and select
keyboard layout, i see that English(US) is checked and if i press Accept
then my layout is ok.
What can cause this because it wasn't always like this. Is there a