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Where are all the SMB's gone
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 Re: Where are all the SMB's gone
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Browsing samba shares under Gnome seems to have gone again (running testing), even with the edits to gvfs.xml. Anyone else finding this? Could samba be enabled by default again in the gvfs package to avoid this fiddling?

Thanks
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Created: 2010-05-16 11:03
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 Re: Where are all the SMB's gone
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subgoo,

Could you post your modified xml spec in pastebin so I can take a look?
 
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Created: 2010-05-22 21:42
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 Re: Where are all the SMB's gone
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Hi, diogo. I was off for a few days and just got back:

http://pastebin.com/B5YtMza3
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Created: 2010-05-26 07:19
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 Re: Where are all the SMB's gone
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subgoo,

From what I saw on your spec, you are using the revision number 1, therefore, since it is the same as the official repository, your xmlspec probably is being ignored, and upkg might be downloading the already compiled binary.

To see if it is true, check if there is a file on your system located at /usr/lib/gvfsd-smb

If it doesn't exist then try changing the revision from 1 to 2 and type on a terminal:

$ sudo upkg-build --verbose gvfs

That should do the trick
 
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Created: 2010-05-26 12:09
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 Re: Where are all the SMB's gone
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Now for those that need the samba lib for gvfs, you can now use the gvfs-smb package (which is basically what have been discussed here)

This package is on testing, so for those on stable, you still need to modify the spec

Thanks for the developers to do such a thing
 
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Created: 2010-05-28 00:43
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 Re: Where are all the SMB's gone
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Thanks, diogo. And the additional gvfs package with the smb tag is appreciated. But do you know if there is a trick to installing?

I've tried:

sudo upkg-remove gvfs
sudo rm -fr /var/cache/upkg
sudo upkg-install --tag=smb gvfs

and several other variations and still find "--disable-samba" in the resulting gvfs.xml, and no network browsing with samba shares. I'm running an up-to-date version of testing.
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Created: 2010-06-03 07:12
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 Re: Where are all the SMB's gone
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you should just need to do

# upkg-install --tag=smb gvfs

gvfs doesn't have samba enabled but the files for gvfs-smb are installed on another package which seems to be gvfs recompiled with samba enabled.

To be certain you got the package installed then try:

ls /var/lib/upkg | grep gvfs-smb

And see if it outputs something.

I don't have samba shares to test so I don't know if it is working

Another thing, maybe it is not working because of some cache/configuration from your previous versions, so you may try to backup ~/.gvfs and then remove this folder and restart the X session to see if that helps
 
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Created: 2010-06-03 14:48 | Modified: 2010-06-03 15:24 by diogo
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 Re: Where are all the SMB's gone
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Thanks.Tried your suggestions but still no joy. I removed and reinstalled all of gvfs-smb (prior to running X) and gvfs-smb installs in the lib files. Scripts show smb enabled in gvfs-smb, disabled in gvfs. The latter seems to prevail. samba is running (smb shares will mount via cli) but no nautilus browsing.

I think maybe I'll try a clean install in a test machine to test the package. Perhaps I'll be able to spot something different from my main install.

Thanks for you help.
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Created: 2010-06-04 19:59
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 Re: Where are all the SMB's gone
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There was a bug in the gvfs-smb package. It should be fixed in the next update.
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Created: 2010-06-05 15:24
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 Re: Where are all the SMB's gone
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juerg.

I think there is also a bug in the Firefox compile.

With Epiphany, I've been getting crashes too, but in this case it's an Epiphany problem.

I still have Opera, but I do not like it too much.

This is why, if you find the time, I would be grateful if the development team could please fix Firefox.

Thanks
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Created: 2010-06-05 19:58
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