xSMBrowser is a tool for navigating SMB Networks (Samba, SMB, CIFS). xSMBrowser configuration file contains information that is read by xSMBrowser at startup and overrides any user-specific configuration option. The file is designed to be human readable and contains a list of keywords with values.
You should note that, as the global parameters override user-specific choices, this file should be edited with care.
The different configuration options are:
- Time to wait before the query fails If no Timeout entry is present, a default value of 90 is assumed.
- Object Spacing
- The space left between two icons
- Image Path
- The path where xSMBrowser should search its pixmaps. If omitted, the default value /usr/share/pixmaps/xsmbrowser is assumed.
- Button Pixmaps
- A boolean value telling xSMBrowser to draw pixmaps on its button or not. Default is set to yes.
- Show License
- If set to show, xSMBrowser will pop-up a window containing the full GPL text at startup. Most people will let it default to full.
- Indicates whether xSMBrowser should display the mount window (and thus use smbmount). This directive takes two parameters ; If you want to use smbmount, you must set the first to yes. else, set it to no. The second parameters depends on your version of smbmount. Debian comes with a default /etc/xsmbrowse/xsmbrowse-config that describe this option in details. Most of Debian user will set this parameter to 0, or 5 if xSMBrwoser is set to use smbmount.
- Indicate the command that should be executed when a share is mounted. The special keyword $MOUNPOINT describes the mountpoint location.
- Mount Tree
This value allow to set a root directory in which all share mountpoints will
AUTHOREmmanuel le Chevoir <[email protected]>