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Thread: How to find/refresh local network SAMBA Shares on Leap 15.1 with C/C++

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    Default How to find/refresh local network SAMBA Shares on Leap 15.1 with C/C++

    I am writing a c++ program on a Leap 15.1 (KDE) computer that accesses files on a SAMBA share in a local network. However, I’m finding that if the ip address lease expires the connection to the SAMBA share is lost.


    If I type “smb://sharename” into the address bar of Dolphin, it causes the system to renew the ip address and my connection can be resumed.

    My question is – what c or c++ functions can I call to provide the same outcome as Dolphin?



    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: How to find/refresh local network SAMBA Shares on Leap 15.1 with C/C++

    Plerase no double posting. That will confuse contributers.

    This one is CLOSEDand will be removed. Those interested please go to https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...58#post2911458
    Henk van Velden

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