[Samba] Smbmount and permission denied
francois-xavier.mathieu at siemens.com
Wed Jan 19 08:12:09 GMT 2005
First of all, thank for your answer.
Unfortunatelly, It do not work ... You speak only about a uuid and what
about the password and the workgroup ? One additional thing: do the user
exists on the Linux machine. In my point of view: no. What are you thinking
about this ?
Thanks for your help.
From: Tom Skeren [mailto:tms3 at fsklaw.com]
Sent: mardi 18 janvier 2005 17:14
To: MATHIEU FRANCOIS-XAVIER
Cc: 'samba at samba.org'
Subject: Re: [Samba] Smbmount and permission denied
MATHIEU FRANCOIS-XAVIER wrote:
>Note that I found many place with similar problem, but I don't understand
>any solution. Can you help me ?
>I use Samba 3.0.10 on a Suse 8.2.
On SuSE 9.2 I use
mount -t smbfs -U=user //machine_name/share /local/directory. I think
that's the right structure. Sorry don't use linux much.
>My goal is to mount a shared directory from a XP machine to a directory on
>* I have created a directory in order to mount the XP directory
>* a ls -l show me this directory
>* I mount the XP directory with a valid command : smbmount
>"//be2a03xc/pmlist" /home/team/monsysrv -o
>* This command gives no error message and "mount" command shows me that all
>seems to be correct.
>* When I do a ls -l, I see no more this directory, but I can enter in it
>* a ls -l of this directory gives me "permission denied".
>* strange ? No ?
>If you have any tips or additional question in order to solve this very
>strange problem, do not hesitate to respond to me.
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