On my TW KDE system I have samba installed and working and can use the smbclient command to list shares and I can mount them using bookmarks in SMB4K however because of a bug in Samba code SMB4K cannot list the systems or shares. I decided to try smbnetfs but am unable to get it working. I have installed both smbnetfs and fuse packages and set up the two config files in the .smb directory. I have created the mount point and can issue the smbnetfs ~/Work/fusesmb command which returns (with debug on)

Code:
2017-10-30 09:43:40.509 26315->process_set_server_smb_debug_level: level=10
2017-10-30 09:43:40.509 26315->stat_workaround_add_name_internal: name=.directory, case_sensitive=1, depth=3
2017-10-30 09:43:40.510 26315->stat_workaround_add_name_internal: name=.git, case_sensitive=1, depth=3
2017-10-30 09:43:40.510 26315->stat_workaround_add_name_internal: name=HEAD, case_sensitive=1, depth=3
2017-10-30 09:43:40.510 26315->stat_workaround_add_name_internal: name=desktop.ini, case_sensitive=0, depth=3
2017-10-30 09:43:40.510 26315->stat_workaround_add_name_internal: name=autorun.inf, case_sensitive=1, depth=1
2017-10-30 09:43:40.510 26315->stat_workaround_add_name_internal: name=.xdg-volume-info, case_sensitive=1, depth=1
however nothing shows up in the fusesmb directory.

Am I doing this wrong or have I missed a step somewhere? Could the bug (Bugzilla – Bug 1057148) which stops SMB4K working cause a problem with smbnetfs?

Stuart