Can't see my windows shares in dolphin
mdhirsch at gmail.com
Fri Apr 11 04:25:10 UTC 2014
On Apr 5, 2014 12:08 AM, "O. Sinclair" <o.sinclair at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 04/04/2014 23:53, Michael Hirsch wrote:
>> This has been driving me crazy today. I don't usually use my windows
>> machine at work, but today I wanted to copy a file from it to my regular
>> linux box. So I open dolphin and enter "smb://mhirsch-01w" into the
>> location bar. It prompts me for user/password, which I enter. The
>> prompt immediately returns with no error message.
>> No matter what I enter, it keeps doing this. I checked with IT and I'm
>> not locked out of the system, making me think that I never even really
>> connected to it. After 3 failed logins it will lock my account.
>> I've also clicked my "Network" icon, gone to "Samba Shares", then my
>> windows domain. This brings up a list of windows machines. When I
>> click my machine I end up in the same situation.
>> Then I talked to IT. They insisted it was my firewall. My firewall
>> isn't running. So then they opened up dolphin on a Fedora 20 system and
>> we were able to view my windows shares easily.
>> So I finally opened nautilus. I browsed the network, found my machine,
>> and immediately got in!
>> So I'm stumped. Why can everything see my windows shares except dolphin
>> on my system.
>> I'm running Kubuntu 13.10 and KDE 4.11.5 with the latest updates, but
>> not the backports.
> Not that it should be needed but have you tried opening the windows
> smb://ip-number (say 192.168.1.100 or whatever)
Using the IP address didn't help. :-(
> That has sometimes helped me. Smb has somehow always been "shaky" on
kubuntu, have no idea way
> you could also try installing smb4k that sometimes has worked better for
I'm not familiar with that one. I'll give it a try.
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