> fusesmb seems to need a lot of configuration (I haven't used it until now).
> Maybe this is the way to go, but I'm a bit reluctant to implement support
> for it...
When I tried fusesmb it would copy the file to the local harddrive and then
allow access to it. This is very noticable with large files like movies. One
cannot stream and watch them across the network.
So IMO fusesmb is not a replacement for the kernel cifs.
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