Question about smbsh / smbfs / smbmount
cartegw at Eng.Auburn.EDU
Sat Jun 5 12:20:54 GMT 1999
Stephen L Arnold wrote:
> I'm not sure about smbfs support for AIX (I'm a linux guy). With
> linux, smbfs is just another filesystem supported by the kernel.
> smbclient and smbmount are inter-related, and both rely on the
> smbfs support in the kernel.
smbclint does not require smbfs support. It is simply a
user level application.
> With AIX, it must be kluged on there somehow. I think
> your best bet would be smbsh, but I haven't used
> it yet (only read posts by others who have).
smbfs is only implemented on Linux.
Gerald ( Jerry ) Carter
Engineering Network Services Auburn University
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