[Digikam-users] Collection on NAS/Sambda
piter.dias at piterdias.com
Fri May 29 20:14:41 BST 2015
Hi How are you?
I can give some tips based on digiKam 4.9.0 because 4.10.0 is not scanning my collections for some reason.
Although it is a Ubuntu server, my clients are Windows so things may be a little different for you.
My Linux server has a Samba shared named "library", so I add \\<ip>\library\Photos in the "Collection on Network Shares".
The given share is already mounted as a Windows driver letter, so I don't have to care about user and password in digiKam. I am not sure if it is that simple in Linix client.
IF you are trying digiKam 4.10.0, I would downgrade to 4.9.0 in order to make the setup given my own experience with 4.10.0 for Windows.
_____________________Piter Diaspiter.dias at piterdias.comwww.piterdias.com
> To: digikam-users at kde.org
> From: vladimir.prus at gmail.com
> Date: Fri, 29 May 2015 21:52:10 +0300
> Subject: [Digikam-users] Collection on NAS/Sambda
> I'm using Digikam on Kubuntu 15.04 and have no luck setting up
> collection on NAS. The configure dialog has "Collections on Network
> Shares" item, but when I select a samba location, nothing happens.
> The collection is not added, and no error message is shown either.
> The introduction text in same configure dialog say
> remote file systems (such as ... Sambda mounted via cifs/smbfs)
> are supported - however I'm not sure how cifs mount will work on a
> laptop that often is not near NAS. Some earlier emails in this
> list say Samba works fine, but give no details.
> Could somebody tell:
> - Can I directly use Sambda locations
> - If I should mount with cifs, what's the recommended setup? Shall
> I use automount
> - What location should I specify in "Add Collection" dialog if
> I use a Sambda location?
> - There are statements that SQLite does not work well on network
> shares - is that a concerns, or will Digikam automatically use
> a local location for database?
> Thanks in advance,
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