[Samba] Error mounting Win2K share on Debian box
Joel at hammershome.com
Sun Aug 17 00:46:44 GMT 2003
You have gotten no replies, so I'll guess.
Maybe the space and/or the apostrohe are confusing the system.
On Sat, Aug 16, 2003 at 12:38:31PM -0600, John M. Purser wrote:
> I'm working my through the "The Unofficial Samba HOWTO" but when I tried
> this command:
> mount -t smbfs -o username=fred,password=secret //192.168.1.1/"Perrin's
> Documents" /mnt/smbmnt
> I got this error:
> mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on //192.168.1.10/Perrin's
> Documents, or too many mounted file systems
> Here are the smb related lines from my kernel (2.4.20) .config file:
> I don't even have the cdrom mounted so I'm discounting the possibility of
> too many mounte file systems. What incredibly simple thing am I overlooking
> this time?
> John Purser
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