fstab - smbfs
urban at svenskatest.se
Tue Oct 31 20:04:08 GMT 2000
On Tue, 31 Oct 2000, ldc wrote:
> //arbas/kradmin /home/ldc/arbas/kradmin smbfs
> username=ldc,auto,user,uid=500,gid=100,fmask=700 0 0
> In startup the following error is shown:
> /home/ldc/arbas/kradmin: invalid option --v
-v ? There is no -v in your list of options. Make sure you do not have
some script named mount.smb or mount.smbfs that tries to translate options
from one format to another. You don't need that with smbmount from samba
2.0.6 or later.
> ERROR - Could not determine network interfaces, you must use a
Hmm, smbmount probably tries to read your smb.conf. Try adding a
interfaces = <something>
> Afterwards, when loging in as superuser and giving "mount -a" all is OK:
> the connection is made with /home/ldc/arbas/kradmin (mount-point)
Maybe root has a different path than the other user.
Also check that you have setup smbmount (smbmnt) to allow normal users to
mount (read the smbmnt manpage).
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