bumparocky at comcast.net
Tue Oct 25 21:04:31 UTC 2005
smbfs does not seem to be in edubunto or even breezy??
does this make sense if most of us have to live in mixed Windoze
I can get Nautilus to connect to a server, but this seems to be useless
for the programs with standard file-open-saveas dialogs as those server
mount points (where are they) don't show up in the dialogs.
in my case I have no say over the backbone environment but I can use the
best open source tools for the kids... I want a mount point to hang the
existing student folders on that shows up in all the file dialogs for
if there is a good reason this is left out, please correct me and point
me in the right direction....
even when I tried to apt-get install smbfs (a tip I saw on the web
somewhere) , apt-get declined to do it....
I am enthusiastic about the direction this distribution is taking but
this is a show stopper for me at the moment...
thanks in advance for the help
Instructional Technology Specialist
Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps
220 Old Common Road
Lancaster, MA 01523
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