[Samba] smbfs mount issues
cculver at sussex.tec.nj.us
Thu Oct 14 12:47:31 GMT 2004
On Thu, 2004-10-14 at 15:38 +0300, Anton K. wrote:
> Culver, Chuck wrote:
> >I am having a similar problem on a Domain.
> >The problem only seems to be when mounting a share located on a Windows
> >2003 server.
> >My problem is this: I run the mount command. It completes without
> >error. However, the mount path disappears.
> >In your example, /path/to/mount/dir would be mounted, but the "dir"
> >would disappear from view.
> >If I open a terminal, SU, and then ls -la /path/to/mount
> >It will not show anything at all.
> >If I run unmount the share, the folder reappears.
> >This used to work on an older version of Samba.. like 2.28 or early 3.
> >Now I am running 3.0.7-2 on Mandrake 10.1.
> >The stranger part is, I can "preview" the contents with SMB4K or LAN://
> >but once it is mounted....
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: samba-bounces+cculver=sussex.tec.nj.us at lists.samba.org
> >[mailto:samba-bounces+cculver=sussex.tec.nj.us at lists.samba.org] On
> >Behalf Of Jason Pirok
> >Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2004 2:03 PM
> >To: samba at lists.samba.org
> >Subject: [Samba] smbfs mount issues
> >This problem began a couple months ago with my new install of (you
> >guessed it) XP sp2. Now, when i mount a share from the xp machine to
> >my debian box, everyone, including rot, gets a permission denied
> >trying to ls the dir.
> >I've read posts about switching to cifs, but that has opened a whole
> >new can of worms. I'd just like to see smbfs mount my shares properly
> >the way they used to.
> >My version of samba is 3.0.7-1 according to dpkg on debian unstable.
> >the mount command is
> >mount -t smbfs -o
> >//host/share /path/to/mount/dir
> >I've done lots of look ups on google regarding many combinations of xp
> >smbfs and the problems encountered to no avail. I'm at wits end and
> >don't know what else to do.
> This might be coused by buggy kernel, I had sa similar problem with
> kernel 2.6.1-...
> which come with Fedora Core2 test1.
> When I upgrade the kernel it was OK.
> What kernel are you using
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