[cifs-protocol] [Solved] permission denied for cifs mount
pierre.frenkiel at gmail.com
Sun Dec 15 11:31:32 MST 2013
I found the solution to my problem, and thought it may be interesting
to post it.
I got it by looking for all the options
in the mount.cifs man. The one which worked was "sec=none", i.e.
mount -t cifs -o sec=none //wehd/hdd /d6
I tried the other possible values for sec, and found that
mount -t cifs -o "guest,sec=ntlm" //wehd/hdd /d6
mount -t cifs -o "guest,sec=ntlmv2" //wehd/hdd /d6
At last, I discovered that the difference from my 2 other machines
comes from the kernel versions. My curent kernel version is 3.10-3,
but if I boot the same machine selecting kernel 3.2, the command
mount -t cifs -o guest //wehd/hdd /d6
That obviously means that they changed the default
security mode for cifs in the new kernel, although I found nothing
about that in the kernel changelog.
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