AzSmb is a small SMB server for embedded systems. A SMB server allows the access to local files via network. The source code is OS independent and can be used in all 32 bit operating systems.
AzSmb is distributed under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE (GPL). Source code which use AzSmb must be published. Commercial users must published their code too, or make an licence agreement with me. firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a documentation to the AzSmb server.
Windows-Demo mit LWIP TCP-Stack
A demo for the OnTime RTOS operating sytem can you find in the ./SmbDemoRt directory. A installation description can you find in ./SmbDemoRt/ReadMe.htm.
A demo for LINUX can you find in the ./SmbDemoLinux directory. A installation description can you find in ./SmbDemoLinux/ReadMe.htm.
A demo for the windows operating system can you find in the ./SmbDemoWin directory. This demo needs a virtual network card and the LWIP tcp Stack.
small daemon for LINUX is in the ./TinySmb
directory. This process can be used like samba,
but it has less features than samba. TinySmb is not a replacement for samba, it
is only an alternative on embedded systems with small resources. TinySmb needs
four time less memory than samba.
A configuration sample is in the ./TinySmb/Configuration/tinysmb.conf file. The ./install script installs the TinySmb daemon.