I’m using opensuse 11.2 and have it connected to Active Directory, so I can use KDE/konqueror and Gnome/nautilus for accessing Windows shares without being asked for username/password.
I see that its possible to access and modify files with Gnome/nautilus in applications like openoffice but that is not possible if I use KDE/konqueror.
What I’ve seen is that nautilus uses Gnome-VFS to create a $HOME/.gvfs directory where maps the windows share to a local directory and thus, applicacions uses the .gvfs without being noticed but users.
What I try is use KDE/Konqueror to open files from a Windows share using OpenOffice and other Gnome applicacions.
- Is possible to do that with KDE/Konqueror? I mean: Edit files from openoffice and other non kde applications.
- Is there a gui application for mounting samba shares using kerberos tiquets? Or a plugin for Konqueror?