Re: Open files from network on FC5

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On Friday 14 July 2006 02:27, Tim wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-07-13 at 11:40 -0300, Anderson Alipio - Clicaí wrote:
> > using Fedora 5 *
> >
> > I'm having a problem when I open files from network (system - remote
> > places - workgroup - computer - share...) sorry if the words are not
> > correct.  location bar looks like this:  smb://workgroup/
> >
> > I click on a computer and a share of it.
> > smb://comp/share/
> >
> > I can see the workgroups and the computers, but when I try to open a file
> > like .pdf or .doc, .xls, .... by clicking on it, the program ( eg.:
> > openoffice) starts to open, but closes whith no erros and the file dosn't
> > open.
> I don't know why the application closes, but I find the smb://pc/share
> addressing system will only let you open files with some applications,
> most don't understand the scheme.  You'll have more luck if you mount
> the share onto the local file system.  Nautilus doesn't act as a
> go-between, providing access to the file to the application.
You could always try kde, which can use a tray applet to access all network 
shares.  I use it for samba shares without a problem.


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