This doesn't seem to work anymore in most KDE distros that I've tried... Opening the file from dolphin in dragon player or smplayer just does nothing. And even if it did its still far worse than with gvfs because I have to download a huge video file instead of just streaming it.
Originally Posted by Thaodan
With a file manager that supports gvfs-smb you can do exactly this without ANY configuration. In nautilus or thunar you simply browse to the share just like you would in dolphin, only upon clicking on the share the file manager automatically *mounts* the share on demand via gvfs, making the files on the share available as if they were local files to all application. It works far better than KDE's KIO system for doing things like streaming videos from a smb share. Its very convienient, quick, and requires zero configuration.
Originally Posted by GreatEmerald
Agreed! This is exactly the point I'm trying to make
Originally Posted by erendorn
Last edited by bwat47; 06-15-2013 at 09:39 AM.
Figured out a somewhat hacky workaround to my issue with streaming videos on my lan with kde
enabled IIS on the windows box and enabled directory browsing. Now I can just browser the videos via http in my web browser and stream them via smplayer just fine. No dealing with mounting shares or fstab silliness.
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