Re: [Nautilus-list] Tales of multiplatformland, or else...

Em 05 Jun 2001 23:14:57 -0500, Ed McKenzie escreveu:
> On 06 Jun 2001 00:28:27 -0300, Cesar Cardoso wrote:
> > Everybody here knows that Nautilus, as a part of GNOME, isn't tied to
> > any OS. It runs (or should run) on Linux, *BSD, Solaris, HP-UX etc. So
> > it must be the most platform-independent as it can be.
> > On the other hand, cross-platform programs still suffers from the
> > problem of speed - you can't use native/kernel services, you must
> > sometimes reinvent the wheel, you suffer.
> Putting smb in the kernel hasn't made it any faster, IMO.  Worse, I've
> observed smbfs to be pretty unreliable compared to smbclient -- smbfs
> can completely hang large numbers of processes when the server machine
> hiccups or crashes.
Hm, a friend of mine is complaining about smbfs hangs...

> So, I don't think Nautilus would lose anything by going with userland
> smb only.  It's not like you can't smbmount remote volumes from the
> console and then browse them with Nautilus.
I tend to agree with you, especially now that I compiled
gnome-vfs-extras (BTW it's not exactly a marvel, but it's great :-) and
got a reliable userland mount.

- Cesar

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