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On Nov 22, 2005, at 16:54, Gavin McKenzie wrote:
> I've Googled and searched the mailing list to no avail.
> I'm on FreeBSD 5.4, and any attempt to use cifsstore results in the
> error "FRW: Internal error: Referenced GUI object not found".
> I have no capability to use the GUI -- I'm assuming that I can use
> cifsstore via the command-line without the GUI. Can I?
> If not, how else can I store login credentials from the command-line?
The error message is somewhat confusing. It should better read
"Referenced object not found". The command line and graphic user
interface both use the same functions to manipulate internal state
and thus give the same messages.
Yes, you can use 'cifsstore' from the command line. However, the
error message says that the login you want to store was not found.
Please use 'cifslist' to find out to which computers you are
currently logged in. You can only store your own logins, not those
for other users.
See 'cifslogin -man' and 'cifsstore -man' for more information about
DI Christian Starkjohann <cs@obde...>
OBJECTIVE DEVELOPMENT Software GmbH