It would be great if smb4k could be used from command line, at least for mounting shares from bookmarks.
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Let's say we have an enterprise computer that is not joined to a Active Directory domain. As an administrator, I would like to configure the user's session to automatically mount SMB shares on login. Simply configuring bookmarks in Dolphin is unfortunately not an option yet because of current weakness of KIO (regarding applications not using KIO). smb4k would be a good candidate, because it avoids running things as root and passwords are safely stored in KDE wallet.
I am really new to smb4k, but unfortunately it seems it can not be used from command line (did not find it in the online documentation nor by running smb4k from command line).
Being able to use something like:
- `smb4k mount --all` (to mount all bookmarks)
- `smb4k mount someshare` (to mount a specific bookmark)
Linux/KDE Plasma: Debian testing
KDE Plasma Version: 5.27.2
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.103.2
Qt Version: 5.15.8
smb4k installed from Debian repository: 3.1.7-1