no access to samba share openSuse 12.2

hello everyone,
i have a small problem accessing my home network samba share from opensuse 12.2
The problem is that it asks for a username and password and it does not accept the password.
The password contain . and - and much more

from a shell i can mount it and pass tthe password, but not from dolphin.
Can anyone help on this ?
i have also wrote a shell script:

if grep -q /media/JKoderMedia /proc/mounts; then
    echo "It's mounted"
    echo -e "SAMBA Share not mounted
Will be mounted now"
    kdesu mount -t cifs // /media/JKoderMedia/ -o username=jkoder
    systemd-tty-ask-password-agent --plymouth

dolphin /media/JKoderMedia &

but now in this one i would like that KDE ask me for password and not the script itself.
Any help is appreciated

why don’t you try to mount it permanently ? why do you need dolphin via the script? did you look at this? Samba: HowTo Mount a CIFS Network Share [AKA Map Network Drive] in openSUSE 11 plus FAQs

You did not specify your desktop used and if you have upgraded your Linux Kernel or not. For instance, I have found a problem with Linux Kernel 3.6 which might get loaded if you use Tumbleweed for instance. I also have bash scripts to install kernel 3.6 if you wanted to. So, tell us more about your setup. I have a couple of blogs on Samba you can find here:

Samba S.W.A.T. - Samba Web Administration Tool Setup for openSUSE - Blogs - openSUSE Forums


SWAT - Samba Web Administration Tool - Setup & Creation Script - 1.04 - Blogs - openSUSE Forums

Thank You,