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Source code changes of the file "core/smb4k.kcfg" between
smb4k-3.0.70.tar.xz and smb4k-3.0.71.tar.xz

About: Smb4K is an advanced SMB/CIFS share (network neighborhood) browser for KDE and a frontend to the programs of the Samba software suite. Beta version.

smb4k.kcfg  (smb4k-3.0.70.tar.xz):smb4k.kcfg  (smb4k-3.0.71.tar.xz)
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<whatsthis>The Web Services Dynamic Discovery (WS-Discovery) is used to br owse the local network and discover workgroups, domains and hosts. This is usefu l, if your network neighborhood is dominated by servers with modern Windows vers ions. If you use this option, there may be no need to force Samba's client libra ry to use the SMB protocol version 1.0 for searching for workgroups and domains. </whatsthis> <whatsthis>The Web Services Dynamic Discovery (WS-Discovery) is used to br owse the local network and discover workgroups, domains and hosts. This is usefu l, if your network neighborhood is dominated by servers with modern Windows vers ions. If you use this option, there may be no need to force Samba's client libra ry to use the SMB protocol version 1.0 for searching for workgroups and domains. </whatsthis>
<default>true</default> <default>true</default>
</entry> </entry>
<entry name="UseDnsServiceDiscovery" type="Bool"> <entry name="UseDnsServiceDiscovery" type="Bool">
<label>Use DNS Service Discovery (DNS-SD) for browsing</label> <label>Use DNS Service Discovery (DNS-SD) for browsing</label>
<whatsthis>The DNS Service Discovery (DNS-SD) is used to browse the local network and discover servers that provide shared SMB resources. The discovered d omains correspond to the local DNS domains (e. g. named LOCAL) and most likely n ot the ones defined in the network neighborhood. However, this does not influenc e the browsing. If you use this option, there is no need to force Samba's client library to use the SMB protocol version 1.0 for searching for workgroups and do mains.</whatsthis> <whatsthis>The DNS Service Discovery (DNS-SD) is used to browse the local network and discover servers that provide shared SMB resources. The discovered d omains correspond to the local DNS domains (e. g. named LOCAL) and most likely n ot the ones defined in the network neighborhood. However, this does not influenc e the browsing. If you use this option, there is no need to force Samba's client library to use the SMB protocol version 1.0 for searching for workgroups and do mains.</whatsthis>
<default>true</default> <default>true</default>
</entry> </entry>
<entry name="ForceSmb1Protocol" type="Bool"> <entry name="ForceSmb1Protocol" type="Bool">
<label>Force SMB protocol version 1.0 for workgroup and domain lookups</la bel> <label>Force SMB protocol version 1.0 for workgroup and domain lookups</la bel>
<whatsthis>You should use this option only as last resort, because the SMB protocol version 1.0 is unsafe and has been disable in newer Samba and Windows versions. If you have trouble discovering workgroups and domains in your network neighborhood, you might want to consider to switch this setting on. Smb4K will then force the use of the SMB protocol version 1.0 for browsing workgroups and d omains. This, however, only applies to searches done using Samba's client librar y. Please note that, when using this option, some servers running modern Samba o r Windows versions might get inaccessible. If you are using the DNS service disc overy (DNS-SD), you should switch this option off.</whatsthis> <whatsthis>You should use this option only as last resort, because the SMB protocol version 1.0 is unsafe and has been disabled in newer Samba and Windows versions. If you have trouble discovering workgroups and domains in your networ k neighborhood, you might want to consider to switch this setting on. Smb4K will then force the use of the SMB protocol version 1.0 for browsing workgroups and domains. This, however, only applies to searches done using Samba's client libra ry. If you are using the DNS Service Discovery (DNS-SD) or Services Dynamic Disc overy (WS-Discovery), you should switch this option off.</whatsthis>
<default>false</default> <default>false</default>
</entry> </entry>
<entry name="NetBIOSName" type="String"> <entry name="NetBIOSName" type="String">
<label>NetBIOS name:</label> <label>NetBIOS name:</label>
<whatsthis>This is the NetBIOS name of this computer that is used by Smb4K . By default, it is either the NetBIOS name that is defined in the smb.conf file or the host name.</whatsthis> <whatsthis>This is the NetBIOS name of this computer that is used by Smb4K . By default, it is either the NetBIOS name that is defined in the smb.conf file or the host name.</whatsthis>
<default code="true">Smb4KGlobal::globalSambaOptions().contains("netbios n ame") ? Smb4KGlobal::globalSambaOptions().value("netbios name") : QHostInfo::loc alHostName().toUpper()</default> <default code="true">!Smb4KGlobal::machineNetbiosName().isEmpty() ? Smb4KG lobal::machineNetbiosName() : QHostInfo::localHostName().toUpper()</default>
</entry> </entry>
<entry name="DomainName" type="String"> <entry name="DomainName" type="String">
<label>Domain:</label> <label>Domain:</label>
<whatsthis>This is the workgroup or domain this computer is or should be i n. By default, it is the workgroup that is defined in the smb.conf file.</whatst his> <whatsthis>This is the workgroup or domain this computer is or should be i n. By default, it is the workgroup that is defined in the smb.conf file.</whatst his>
<default code="true">Smb4KGlobal::globalSambaOptions().contains("workgroup ") ? Smb4KGlobal::globalSambaOptions().value("workgroup") : ""</default> <default code="true">!Smb4KGlobal::machineWorkgroupName().isEmpty() ? Smb4 KGlobal::machineWorkgroupName() : ""</default>
</entry> </entry>
<entry name="UseRemoteSmbPort" type="Bool"> <entry name="UseRemoteSmbPort" type="Bool">
<label>SMB port:</label> <label>SMB port:</label>
<whatsthis>This is the port that is used for connecting to remote servers with the client programs net, smbclient and smbtree. The default value is 139 (N etBIOS). Under FreeBSD, this setting is also used for mounting.</whatsthis> <whatsthis>This is the port that is used for connecting to remote servers with the client programs net, smbclient and smbtree. The default value is 139 (N etBIOS). Under FreeBSD, this setting is also used for mounting.</whatsthis>
<default>false</default> <default>false</default>
</entry> </entry>
<entry name="RemoteSmbPort" type="Int"> <entry name="RemoteSmbPort" type="Int">
<whatsthis>This is the port that is used for connecting to remote servers with the client programs net, smbclient and smbtree. The default value is 139 (N etBIOS). Under FreeBSD, this setting is also used for mounting.</whatsthis> <whatsthis>This is the port that is used for connecting to remote servers with the client programs net, smbclient and smbtree. The default value is 139 (N etBIOS). Under FreeBSD, this setting is also used for mounting.</whatsthis>
<min>1</min> <min>1</min>
<max>65535</max> <max>65535</max>
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