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Table 38-4: smbclient Options Description The password required to access the specified service on the server. If no password is supplied, the user is prompted to enter one. Specify the pathname to smb.conf file. Specify the broadcast IP address. List the socket options. Use these name resolution services only. Send a winpopup message to the host. Use this NetBIOS scope. Don't ask for a password.
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-s smb.conf -B IP_address -O socket_options -R name resolve order -M host -i scope -N
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Option -n netbios name -d debuglevel -P -p port -l log basename -h -I IP_address -E -U username -L host -t terminal code -m max protocol -W workgroup -Tc|x -D directory -c command_string -b xmit/send buffer
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Table 38-4: smbclient Options Description Use this name as my NetBIOS name. Set the debug level. Connect to the service as a printer. Connect to the specified port. Base name for log/debug files. Print this help message. Specify the IP address to connect to. Write messages to stderr instead of stdout. Specify the user to log in to on the remote system. List the shares available on the specified host. Terminal I/O code used {sjis|euc|jis7|jis8|junet|hex}. Set the max protocol level. Set the workgroup name. Command line tar operation. Start from this directory. Execute semicolon-separated commands. Change the transmit/send buffer (default: 65520).
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You can also supply the password for accessing the service. Enter it as an argument following the service name. If you do not supply the password, you are prompted to enter it. You can then add several options, such as the remote username or the list of services available. With the I option, you can specify the system using its IP address name. You use the U option and a login name for the remote login name you want to use on the remote system. Attach % with the password if a password is required. With the L option, you can obtain a list of the services provided on a server, such as shared directories or printers. The following command will list the shares available on the host turtle.mytrek.com:
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To access a particular directory on a remote system, enter the directory as an argument to the smbclient command, followed by any options. For Windows files, you use backslashes for the pathnames, and for Unix/Linux files you use forward slashes. Once connected, an smb prompt is displayed and you can use smbclient commands such as get and put to transfer files. The quit or exit commands quit the smbclient program. In the following example, smbclient accesses the directory myreports on the turtle.mytrek.com system, using the dylan login name:
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smbclient //turtle.mytrek.com/myreports -I 192.168.0.1 U dylan
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In most cases, you can simply use the server name to reference the server, as shown here:
smbclient //turtle.mytrek.com/myreports U dylan
If you are accessing the home directory of a particular account on the Samba server, you can simply specify the homes service. In the next example, the user accesses the home directory of the aleina account on the Samba server, after being prompted to enter that account's password:
smbclient //turtle.mytrek.com/homes U aleina
You can also use smbclient to access shared resources located on Windows clients. Specify the computer name of the Windows client along with its shared folder. In the next example, the user accesses the windata folder on the Windows client named lizard. The folder is configured to allow access by anyone, so the user just presses the ENTER key at the password prompt.
$ smbclient //lizard/windata added interface ip=192.168.0.2 bcast=192.168.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0 Got a positive name query response from 192.168.0.3 ( 192.168.0.3 ) Password: Domain=[WORKGROUP] OS=[Windows 5.1] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN Manager] smb: \> ls . D 0 Sat Sep 8 17:29:19 2001 .. D 0 Sat Sep 8 17:29:19 2001 hi A 10 Sat Sep 8 17:29:27 2001 mynewdoc.doc A 0 Sat Sep 8 16:59:13 2001 39997 blocks of size 1048576. 39930 blocks available smb: \> mget hi Get file hi y getting file hi of size 10 as hi (1.22069 kb/s) (average 1.2207 kb/s) smb: \> quit
Once logged in, you can execute smbclient commands to manage files and change directories. The smbclient commands are listed in Table 38-5. Table 38-5: smbclient Commands Description With no command argument, lists of all available commands are displayed. Use command argument to display information about a particular command. With no shell command argument, runs a local shell. If a shell command is provided, it executes that command. Change directory on server. With no directory specified, the name of the current working directory is displayed. Request the server delete all files matching mask from the current working directory on the server. A list of the files matching the mask in the current working directory on the server is retrieved from the server and displayed. Terminate the connection with the server and exit from the program.
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