Tue Dec 2 02:23:37 GMT 2003
The diference between domain and share logon - I'm not sure but i use the
follow to access a directory on the 2000Server.
smbmount //2000server/dir /mnt/dir -U admin -P passwd
Thanks for the help
From: Hazen Valliant-Saunders [mailto:hazen at potentia.ca]
Sent: 08 January 2001 15:31
To: david_hemingway at bigfoot.com
Subject: RE: win2K and RH6.2
Well your if your PDC is functioning correctly then you should be able to
see it in your network nebiourhood,
However if you have misconfigured your box (or forrgotten to set either the
hostname or the netbios name) Then it
will not appear. So please do the following to ensure a proper
1. smbclient to your PDC (bash#smbclient -L HOSTNAME -Uusername%password)
This will tell you your local shares (-L list) and if it works you should
see your box in the nebiourhood.
2. Make sure all of the workgroup /domain names are spelt correctly.
3. When you say logon you mean Domain logon right? or do you mean share
logon? (in that case your PDC isin't a PDC at all.)
4. Sacrifice a chicken or goat to appease the Unix gods!! (This one's
optional but i think it might help!!)
From: samba-ntdom-admin at us5.samba.org
[mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at us5.samba.org]On Behalf Of David Hemingway
Sent: Sunday, January 07, 2001 4:16 AM
To: samba-ntdom at us5.samba.org
Subject: win2K and RH6.2
I have just set up my RH6.2 box to login to my win2K box(pdc) and I can
mount a directory in linux.
But, I have a couplet of question.
Is it possible to have my linux box appear in the network neigbourhood in
Can I mount the windows directory automatically at boot time?
currently I use the following command
'smbmount //2000server/dir /mnt/dir -U admin -P passwd'
then I get prompted for the password again.
Can I mount a linux partion under windows?
I would be grateful for any assistance.
It's crazy enough it just might work.
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