Re: roaming laptop to edit files on tjener
I would manually mount with nfs instead od using samba
On Wed, Oct 02, 2013 at 06:36:21PM +0900, nigel barker wrote:
> >what application do you use for ,,editing'' those files?
> If I try an odt, libre office starts to open and then dies. If I try
> most other file types, the apps open with a new file instead of the
> one on tjener. (eg. gimp, leafpad, inkscape, even pdf viewers open
> blank). There is no problem dragging files into the share from the
> laptop - they save correctly.
> I am using lxde and pcmanfm. I tried installing nautilus to see if
> that changed anything, but it didn't.
> I have the same behaviour from plain wheezy, and from bodhi (ubuntu
> with enlightenment), but not from mint debian edition. I am too
> unskilled to see what is different in mint (also lxde, but with
> btw I am talking about samba here. smb://tjener/username.
> On 2 October 2013 17:18, Mike Gabriel <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hi Nigel,
> > On Di 01 Okt 2013 09:37:12 CEST, Nigel Barker wrote:
> >> Hi All
> >> A roaming profile machine can browse to tjener, using the username for
> >> the share. However, files can't be edited there. You have to copy them
> >> locally to edit, then copy them back after.
> >> How can I fix it so that it would work like a win or mac laptop?
> >> thanks
> >> Nigel
> > what application do you use for ,,editing'' those files?
> > Mike
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