Re: Linux in the workplace: NT Domains [Konqueror]
On Friday 03 August 2001 18:23, Carl Fink wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 03, 2001 at 11:04:07AM -0400, dman wrote:
> > I thought Konqueror was a web browser.
> It's a hybrid web browser/file manager. Yes, I think that's a bad
> idea, but copying Microsoft is apparently all the rage.
Personally I like it. File managers and webbrowsers are (for myself) the most
used applications and there's quite a bit of functionality shared by the two.
I love the way I can just click on the "Folder" button (you have to add this
one yourself, it's not on there by default) in IE and browse a needed network
For linux, well.. I've hardly ever had reason to use a full blown file
manager however when you have hundreds of computers who's resources you need
to access every once in a while the console becomes painful at best, even
typing in an URL in konqueror becomes a burden.
Surely, there is someone out there using Konqueror to browse shares in their
There is a tab in Kcontrol where you can fill in a login, a password and a
workgroup to use for SAMBA shares, no mention of domain though.