Provided by: smbc_1.2.2-4build3_amd64
smbc - Text mode SMB network commander.
Samba Commander is a text mode SMB network commander. With SMBC, you can browse your local network or use the search function to find files in a share. You can also download/upload files and directories or create them both locally and remotely. SMBC features the resume capability and UTF-8 encoding support.
-V --version Displays the version of Smbc. -h --help Prints a help message describing all Smbc's command-line options. -f --flush Flushes all download lists. All files from ~/.smbc/ with dulist* name will be removed. In next run of Smbc the download/upload list will be empty. -l --list Shows all download lists from ~/.smbc/. -s INT --show=INT Displays all items from list with INT number. You can get all numbers from the list executing smbc -l command. -p --sleep Sleeps Smbc. Smbc doesn't download/upload any files when executing even if some file is waiting in queue. -m STRING --message=STRING Receives message from samba. If you want that Smbc receives WinPopup message you must add the line below to smb.conf message command = /path_to/smbc -m 'message from %f on %m' -i %s; rm %s Now if you have running Smbc and someone sends you a WinPopup message Smbc immediately displays it. If you don't run a Smbc all WinPopup messages wait for executing a Smbc. -i STRING --file=STRING Sets file with samba message, usage only with -m.
MENUS AND KEYS
At top of the main menu is mini status bar. There is displayed small help with functions. When Smbc downloads/uploads any file in mini status bar is displayed progress of downloading/uploading. main menu - keys (arrow-up) (p) - move one item up (arrow-down) (o) - move one item down (tab) (i) - change selected column (t) - group/ungroup catalog or files (end) (u) - go to the end off list (home) (y) - go to the start off list (F5) (d) - download/upload selected files and directories (w) - reverse sorting (enter) (x) - execute a workgroup, host, share or directory (insert) (a) - select or unselect one item (page up) (l) - move one screen up (page down) (k) - move one screen down (F8) (ctrl+d) - delete selected files and directories (F7) (c) - create directory (F3) (v) - view text file, execute workgroup, host, share or directory (g) - go to workgroup, host, share in remote host (e) - change type of sorting (s) - edit download/upload list (m) - send a WinPopup message (b) - bookmark (bb) - add item to bookmark (q) - exit from Smbc download/upload list menu - keys (q) - exit from this menu (del) (d) - set selected item to delete (u) - set selected item to undelete (m) - mark/unmark selected item (space) - pause/resume selected item download (ctrl+d) - delete all dirs and subdirs for selected item (ctrl+f) - flush all items (arrow-right) (.) - add 1 second to delay time (arrow-left) (,) - take off 1 second from delay time (shift+arrow-right) (>) - add 60 seconds to delay time (shift+arrow-left) (<) - take off 60 seconds from delay time (;) - add 1 second to delay time for all items (') - take off 1 second from delay time for all items (:) - add 60 seconds to delay time for all items (") - take off 60 seconds from delay time for all items (|) - copy current item delay time to all items (n) - set try download now to select item (N) - set try download now to all items bookmark list menu - keys (q) - exit from this menu (b) - add item to bookmark and exit (del) (d) - set selected item to delete (u) - set selected item to undelete (m) - mark/unmark item (enter) (x) - go to selected item message when connection broken - keys (arrow-up) (.) - add 1 second to delay time (arrow-down) (,) - take off 1 second from delay time (shift+arrow-up) (>) - add 60 seconds to delay time (shift+arrow-down) (<) - take off 60 seconds from delay time find file menu - keys > input items < (enter) (tab) - go to the next item (ctrl+p) - enable/disable interactive filtering (ctrl+k) - exit from find file menu > select items < (tab) - go to the next item (enter) - go to selected file (q) - quit
The latest version of this program can be found at http://smbc.airm.net.
You are welcome to send bug reports about Smbc to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Originally written by Rafal Michniewicz <email@example.com>.