[Samba] Trouble mounting a windows share from Linux

David Morel david.morel at amakuru.net
Thu Mar 11 15:52:54 GMT 2004

Le jeu 11/03/2004 à 16:26, Fernando Pintabona a écrit :
> Right at the end of smbmount man page, you have an example using mount.
> SMB type of filesystem is the way linux sees a SAMBA (or NT
> domain/workgroup )share. You may want to try specifying the domain also.
> Fernando P
> On Thu, 2004-03-11 at 16:21, =?iso-8859-1?Q? Stefan=20G=FCnther ?=
> wrote:
> >  > First off, I need to somehow connect the workstations to these shares after 
> > > the user logs in.  I can successfully connect to them with smbclient, but I 
> > > need a much more user friendly connection, such as a mount point using 
> > > smbmount.  My attempts to use smbmount have failed,  
> > > 
> > What does "failed" mean? Didn't work at all, permission problem, or what? 
> >  

whithout your smbmount command line syntax and the error message, nobody
can do anything for you.
david.morel at amakuru.net
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