SMBCRC

Section: Samba Commander configuration file (1)
Updated: February 2005
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NAME

smbcrc - configuration file for Smbc  

DESCRIPTION

A file smbcrc incude all parameters for Smbc. The value in parameters you can set at two types:

    username John Doe
    or
    username "John Doe"
 

OPTIONS

username
Username that is used during login to remote host, default "guest".


    Example:

    username Jon Doe
password
Password that is enter during login to remote host, default none.


    Example:

    password bryDS2team
smbclient
Path to file "smbclient", necessery for sending WinPopup message, default none. Only functions concantenate with send and receive a WinPopup messages work as frontend, Samba Team doesn't include this functions in libsmbclient library.


    Example:

    smbclient /usr/bin/smbclient
localdir
Start local directory when running Smbc, default HOME.


    Example:

    localdir /home/rafim/tym
workgroup
Start workgroup, default none.


    Example:

    workgroup WORKGROUP
host
Start host, default none.


    Example:

    host AIR
share
Start remote host dir, default none.


    Example:

    share /sciepa/mpg/

typeofsort-left
typeofsort-right
Type of sort files and directories in selected panels, default 1.

    typeofsort-left 1 - sort by filenames
    typeofsort-left 2 - sort by extension
    typeofsort-left 3 - sort by size
    typeofsort-left 4 - don't sort


    Examples:

    typeofsort-left 1
    typeofsort-right 1
revesesort-left
revesesort-right
Type of reverse sorting, default 0.

    revesesort-left 1 - reversesort on
    revesesort-left 0 - reversesort off


    Examples:

    revesesort-left 0
    revesesort-right 0
group-left
group-right
Group files and directories, default 1.

    group-left 1 - group on
    group-left 0 - group off


    Examples:

    group-left 1
    group-right 1
timeout
Connection time out in seconds, default 3 seconds. This parameter was used when Smbc tries connect to remote host and waits for response. If you have the Samba in version oldest than 3.0.0 this parameter don't work and Smbc may be waiting for very long time.


    Example:

    timeout 3
autoresume
Auto resume download, doesn't ask if connection is broken, default 0. If connection to remote host or to local file was broken and autoresume was set 1 Smbc sets retry-delay-time for this file and immediatelly goes to next item in download/upload list.

    autoresume 1 - autoresume on
    autoresume 0 - autoresume off


    Example:

    autoresume 1
indextime
Time between smbc restarts network files indexing in seconds, default 300 seconds.

    indextime 0     smbc disable indexing network files
    indextime 1     smbc ony once index network files
    indextime 300   smbc index network files then delay 300 second 
                    and restart indexing


    Example:

    indextime 300
char-convert
Converts all chars from UTF-8 to terminal charset, default 1.

    char-convert 1 - char-convert on
    char-convert 0 - char-convert off


    Example:

    char-convert 1
retry-delay-time
Delay time of retrying download is seconds, default 60 second.


    Example:

    retry-delay-time 60
askquit
Ask if quit from smbc, default 1.
retry-read-groups
How many times smbc retries to read groups when samba returns fail or empty result, default retry-read-groups 5.

    retry-read-groups = -1 - retries to success
    retry-read-groups = 0  - doesn't retry
    retry-read-groups > 0  - retries retry-read-groups times
retry-read-hosts
How many times smbc retries to read hosts when samba returns fail or empty result, default retry-read-hosts 5.

   retry-read-hosts = -1 - retries to success
   retry-read-hosts = 0  - doesn't retry
   retry-read-hosts > 0  - retries retry-read-hosts times
retry-read-shares
How many times smbc retries to read shares when samba returns fail or empty result, default retry-read-shares 5.

   retry-read-shares = -1 - retries to success
   retry-read-shares = 0  - doesn't retry
   retry-read-shares > 0  - retries retry-read-shares times
colorK XXXX,YYYY,ZZZZ
Defines three colors, where XXXX,YYYY,ZZZZ are red,green,blue and have value = <0000..1000> ,K has value <0..2>, default 0 colors defined.


    Examples:

    color0 0100,0100,0610
    color1 0900,0080,0900
    color2 0010,0500,0500
extcolorK
Define color for file extension, K has value <0..2>, one definition per line, maximal extension length = 10 chars ,default 0 colors defined.


    Examples:

    extcolor0 exe
    extcolor0 bin
    extcolor0 bat
    extcolor0 tar
    extcolor0 gz
    extcolor0 tgz
    extcolor1 mp3
    extcolor1 wav
    extcolor1 mod
    extcolor2 avi
    extcolor2 mpg
    extcolor2 mpeg
 

SEE ALSO

smbcrc(1)  

AUTHOR

Originally written by Rafal Michniewicz <rafim@data.pl>.


 

Index

NAME
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
SEE ALSO
AUTHOR

linux.jgfs.net manual pages