I'm working on further configuring the Helios 4 based network storage. Some of network clients I have are Linux systems, some are MacOS based and some are Windows. So it seems I'll have all the basic network share access commands refreshed in the next few days!
View Shares with smbclient Command
smbclient command isn't usually installed on Linux system by default, so you will probably need to install it. On my Linux Mint system, I installed it like this:
[email protected]:~$ sudo apt install smbclient
Once installed, smbclient can be used to show network shares by specifying an IP address of the NAS server.
You're asked for a password but can just press Enter to check public network shares. In my setup I don't have any public shares, so I typed the password configured on NAS server for my user greys:
[email protected]:~$ smbclient -L 192.168.1.70 WARNING: The "syslog" option is deprecated Enter WORKGROUP\greys's password: Sharename Type Comment --------- ---- ------- Storage Disk New Stuff Stuff Disk Stuff TimeMachine Disk home Disk Home directory of greys
That's it for today! Will keep you posted on further progress.
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