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Smb4K is a SMB and CIFS (Windows) share browser for KDE. It uses the Samba software suite to access the SMB and CIFS shares of the local network neighborhood. Its purpose is to provide a program that's easy to use and has as many features as possible.


Developer documentation download at


Download version 0.6.4 (stable)
released on 30 October 2005

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GPLTed Teah31 October 2005

Leaders and contributors

Michal Sulek Contributor
Karoly Barcza Contributor
Görkem Çetin Contributor
Stanislav Yudin Contributor
Alexander Reinholdt Contributor
Nick Chen Contributor
Leopold Palomo Avellaneda Contributor
Isidoro Russo Contributor
Toyohiro Asukai Contributor
Alois Nespor Contributor
Nicolas Ternisien Contributor
Marc Hansen Contributor
Ivan Petrouchtchak Contributor
Arnar Leósson Contributor
Nils Kristian Tomren Contributor
Martin Carr Contributor
Jack Liu Contributor
Atanas Mavrov Contributor
Quique Contributor
Marc Hansen Maintainer
Michael Brinkloev Contributor
Joop Beris Contributor
Giovanni Degani Contributor
Radoslaw Zawartko Contributor

Resources and communication

Audience Resource type URI
Developer VCS Repository Webview
Developer,Help,Support Homepage
Bug Tracking VCS Repository Webview

Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Required to use KDE

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 31 October 2005.


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