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xsmbrowser-config - xSMBrowser global configuration file
xSMBrowser is a tool for navigating SMB Networks (Samba, SMB, CIFS).
xSMBrowser configuration file contains information that is read by
xSMBrowser at startup and overrides any user-specific configuration
option. The file is designed to be human readable and contains a list
of keywords with values.
You should note that, as the global parameters override user-specific
choices, this file should be edited with care.
The different configuration options are:
Time to wait before the query fails If no Timeout entry is
present, a default value of 90 is assumed.
The space left between two icons
The path where xSMBrowser should search its pixmaps. If omitted,
the default value /usr/share/pixmaps/xsmbrowser is assumed.
A boolean value telling xSMBrowser to draw pixmaps on its button
or not. Default is set to yes.
If set to show, xSMBrowser will pop-up a window containing the
full GPL text at startup. Most people will let it default to
Indicates whether xSMBrowser should display the mount window
(and thus use smbmount). This directive takes two parameters ;
If you want to use smbmount, you must set the first to yes.
else, set it to no. The second parameters depends on your
version of smbmount. Debian comes with a default
/etc/xsmbrowse/xsmbrowse-config that describe this option in
details. Most of Debian user will set this parameter to 0, or 5
if xSMBrwoser is set to use smbmount.
Indicate the command that should be executed when a share is
mounted. The special keyword $MOUNPOINT describes the
This value allow to set a root directory in which all share
mountpoints will be located.
xsmbrowser(1X), smbclient(1), smbmount(8)
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