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/* * smb.h * * Copyright (C) 1995, 1996 by Paal-Kr. Engstad and Volker Lendecke * Copyright (C) 1997 by Volker Lendecke * */ #ifndef _LINUX_SMB_H #define _LINUX_SMB_H #include <linux/types.h> enum smb_protocol { SMB_PROTOCOL_NONE, SMB_PROTOCOL_CORE, SMB_PROTOCOL_COREPLUS, SMB_PROTOCOL_LANMAN1, SMB_PROTOCOL_LANMAN2, SMB_PROTOCOL_NT1 }; enum smb_case_hndl { SMB_CASE_DEFAULT, SMB_CASE_LOWER, SMB_CASE_UPPER }; struct smb_dskattr { __u16 total; __u16 allocblocks; __u16 blocksize; __u16 free; }; struct smb_conn_opt { /* The socket */ unsigned int fd; enum smb_protocol protocol; enum smb_case_hndl case_handling; /* Connection-Options */ __u32 max_xmit; __u16 server_uid; __u16 tid; /* The following are LANMAN 1.0 options */ __u16 secmode; __u16 maxmux; __u16 maxvcs; __u16 rawmode; __u32 sesskey; /* The following are NT LM 0.12 options */ __u32 maxraw; __u32 capabilities; __s16 serverzone; }; #ifdef __KERNEL__ #define SMB_NLS_MAXNAMELEN 20 struct smb_nls_codepage { char local_name[SMB_NLS_MAXNAMELEN]; char remote_name[SMB_NLS_MAXNAMELEN]; }; #define SMB_MAXNAMELEN 255 #define SMB_MAXPATHLEN 1024 /* * Contains all relevant data on a SMB networked file. */ struct smb_fattr { __u16 attr; unsigned long f_ino; umode_t f_mode; nlink_t f_nlink; uid_t f_uid; gid_t f_gid; dev_t f_rdev; loff_t f_size; struct timespec f_atime; struct timespec f_mtime; struct timespec f_ctime; unsigned long f_blksize; unsigned long f_blocks; int f_unix; }; enum smb_conn_state { CONN_VALID, /* everything's fine */ CONN_INVALID, /* Something went wrong, but did not try to reconnect yet. */ CONN_RETRIED, /* Tried a reconnection, but was refused */ CONN_RETRYING /* Currently trying to reconnect */ }; #define SMB_SUPER_MAGIC 0x517B #define SMB_HEADER_LEN 37 /* includes everything up to, but not * including smb_bcc */ #define SMB_INITIAL_PACKET_SIZE 4000 #define SMB_MAX_PACKET_SIZE 32768 /* reserve this much space for trans2 parameters. Shouldn't have to be more than 10 or so, but OS/2 seems happier like this. */ #define SMB_TRANS2_MAX_PARAM 64 #endif #endif