Samba shares popping up in device notifier plasmoid
1i5t5.duncan at cox.net
Wed Aug 17 19:03:45 BST 2011
Martin Bednár posted on Wed, 17 Aug 2011 16:22:35 +0200 as excerpted:
> Not viable on dynamic networks, where the IP changes between
> I know that I sound as if to every solution I simply say "no" (even
> though I do give a reason). I'd rather have a "correct" solution.
> For now I found a different workaround : since this discovery doesn't
> use avahi, blocking incoming connections with iptables effectively
> blocked the popups. (I feel quite safe at home, so I disabled iptables
> on my laptop here)
> I wonder if it's related to me enabling the upnp use flag for
> kdelibs/activating [upnp|nat-smp] on my network.
> Thanks for your help, I think I'll file a wish about this...
I just thought of this as I'm familiar with the bits of the document I
use, but as I said, I don't use this functionality so don't know if it's
included or not...
There's a kde sysadmin's manual that lists stuff like all the
environmental vars kde uses, if set, and their function, among other
things (that's the bit I use most so the bit I remember).
It seems to me quite likely that it includes some documentation of this
type. Unfortunately, that manual is moving around a bit in the kde site
reorganization and last time I looked for it, I only found it because I
knew what I was looking for -- as a general admin on first search I'd
have had quite some difficulty finding it.
I don't have time ATM to go looking, but later, I'll see this post and
should be reminded to followup with a link, if I can find it again...
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