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During transfers, you can have smbclient either prompt you for each individual file, or simply transfer all the selected ones. The prompt command toggles this file, prompting on and off.
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To access a particular printer on a remote system, enter the printer name as an argument to the smbclient command, followed by any options. In the following example, smbclient accesses the myepson printer on the turtle.mytrek.com system, using the dylan login name:
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smbclient //turtle.mytrek.com/myepson -U dylan
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Once connected, an smb prompt is displayed and you can use smbclient commands such as print to print files and printmode to specify graphics or text. In the next example, the user prints a file called myfile, after having accessed the myepson printer on turtle.mytrek.com:
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With the smbmount command, a Linux or a Unix client can mount a shared directory onto its local system. The syntax for the smbmount command is similar to the smbclient command, with many corresponding options. The smbmount command takes as its arguments the Samba server and shared directory, followed by the local directory to where you want to mount the directory. The following example mounts the myreports directory onto the /mnt/myreps directory on the local system:
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smbmount //turtle.mytrek.com/myreports /mnt/myreps U dylan
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To unmount the directory, use the smbumount command with the local directory name, as shown here:
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smbumount /mnt/myreps
To mount the home directory of a particular user on the server, specify the homes service and the user's login name. The following example mounts the home directory of the user larisa to the /home/chris/larisastuff directory on the local system:
smbmount //turtle.mytrek.com/homes /home/chris/larisastuff U larisa
You can also use smbmount to mount shared folders on Windows clients. Just specify the computer name of the Windows client along with its folder. If the folder name contains spaces, enclose it in single quotes. In the following example, the user mounts the windata folder on lizard as the /mylinux directory. For a folder with access to anyone, just press ENTER at the password prompt.
$ smbmount //lizard/windata /mylinux Password: $ ls /mylinux _hi_mynewdoc.doc_myreport.txt
To unmount the shared folder when you are finished with it, use the smbumount command.
smbumount /mylinux
Instead of using smbmount explicitly you can use the mount command with the file system type smbfs. mount will then run the /sbin/mount.smbfs command, which will invoke smbclient to mount the file system:
mount t smbfs //lizard/windata
/mylinux
You could also specify a username and password as options, if user level access is required:
mount t smbfs o username=chris passwd=mypass //lizard/windata /mylinux
You can also use the smbfs type in an /etc/fstab entry to have a samba file system mounted automatically:
//lizard/windata /mylinux smbfs defaults 0 0
Windows Clients
To access Samba resources from a Windows system, you will need to make sure that your Windows system has enabled TCP/IP networking. This may already be the case if your Windows client is connected to the Microsoft network. If you need to connect a Windows system directly to a TCP/IP network that your Linux Samba server is running on, you should check that TCP/IP networking is enabled on that Windows system. This involves making sure that the Microsoft Network client and the TCP/IP protocol are installed, and that your network interface card (NIC adaptor) is configured to use TCP/IP. The procedures differ slightly on Windows 2000 and XP, and those for Windows 95, 98, and ME. Once connected, your Samba shares and printers will appear in the Windows network window. Here you can access those shares and printers. If you are going to use a share frequently, you can assign it a disk label. Right-click on the share and select Map Network Drive, and select the drive label you want to use. On XP you can further select whether you want the drive automatically mounted when you log in.
Windows 95, 98, and ME
For Windows 95, 98, and ME, you click on a Network icon in the Control Panels window. Here you will see the network components loaded for your system. Check to make sure that Client for Microsoft Networks and TCP/IP protocol are installed. If not, click the Add button, select Client or Protocol, and then select the needed client or protocol. For example, to add the TCP/IP protocol, click Add, then click Protocol, and then select TCP/IP from the list of protocols. You can also allow the Windows system to share its own files and printers by selecting "File and Print Sharing". Then check the computer's name and workgroup by selecting the Identification panel. Make sure your Samba entry for the workgroup matches it. Then select the kind of access control for sharing you set up for Samba, either user level or share level. Click on the Access Control tab and select either Share-level or User-level access. Then open the Network Neighborhood icon on your desktop. This will list your Samba server. If not, open Entire network and then Workgroups to find it. When you open your Samba server icon, the shared printers and directories set up on your Samba server should be displayed.
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