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Re: [gcmd-usr] SMB share
Re: [gcmd-usr] SMB share
Sat, 7 Jul 2007 17:26:21 +0200
firstly somebody should learn how to use his debian/ubuntu system here.
If you are shure you have have all the needed libraries you can force the
installation of the package. If it does not work you can remove the package
and install the distributions package again.
If you want to compile software on an system you also need the development
packages for the needed libraries. Thtas what the configure script checks for.
On debian/ubuntu apt-file is a very good friend in such cases.
On Fri, 06 Jul 2007 09:48:41 +0200
didinside <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Piotr.
> Thanks for your answer.
> I tried to install the 1.2.4 version. Firstly with a deb file (for
> ubuntu) found on the External binary downloads. But I have this message
> : "Error: Dependency is not satisfiable: libart-2.0-2"
> Same error with en deb file for debian.
> If I tried to compil this version, it's stop when check if libgnome is
> => 2.0
> I verified my library, and I have libart-2.0-2 and libgnome2.0
> In the meanwhile, I reinstalled the 1.2.3 version included in ubuntu
> repository and will wait for the new version to be included too. I hope
> I will not wait for the new version of ubuntu.
> Best Regards,
> Piotr Eljasiak wrote:
> >> I'm using Gnome commander 1.2.3 on Ubuntu Feisty 7.04 (gnome).
> >> I would have nevertheless a question regarding SMB share. I can see a
> >> SMB icon allowing to browse the network. If I click on it, I can see our
> >> networks (windows domain and linux samba) but I'm not able to enter to
> >> any server (windows share or linux smb share). Message I have is : "List
> >> failed: Operation not permitted".
> >> To get it work, I need first to use the "Connect to server" icon or
> >> "Network" icon in the ubuntu menu. Then I have to enter credentials and
> >> my connection is ok. If I come back to Gnome commander, I can browse the
> >> network (using SMB icon) and enter onto the server I previously enter my
> >> credentials.
> >> Is that a way to do it directly within "Gnome commander" without using
> >> the ubuntu features ?
> >> I would have an other question still on SMB share. It seems that "Gnome
> >> commander" doens't know how to deal with some kind of files.
> >> Exemple : I'm browsing our file server, I see a "doc" file and click on
> >> it but I get the message "<application> does not know how to open remote
> >> file. Do you want to download the file to a temporary location and then
> >> reopen it ?"
> > Please do upgrade to the latest 1.2.4 version. This release addresses at
> > least SMB authentication problem and, I'm not quite sure, there was some
> > work done on remote file handling - so there is a chance that your
> > problems are gone in the 1.2.4 release.
> > Piotr
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