mount -t fails

Arne Henningsen ahenningsen at
Fri Sep 29 07:57:09 GMT 2006

Hi Sabarinath,

Have you tried "mount -t cifs ..."?
Which OS is running on your server (
Windows XP Prof? Windows Server 200[0|3]? FedoraCore4?


On Friday 29 September 2006 08:58, Sabarinath G wrote:
> Hi,
>    I am facing this problem since 1 month and not able to resolve it, can
> anybody help? I gave the command..
> "mount -t smbfs -o username=Administrator //
> /home/usr1/share" It asks for the passwd and after giving the password it
> gives the following error "18007: session setup failed: ERRDOS -
> ERRnoaccess (Access denied.) SMB connection failed"
> ->I reconfirmed that...
>       username and passwd are correct,
>       ipaddress of server is correct,
>       both the share name and mount point are existing,
>       iptable is turned off in linux and firewall is off on Windows
>       SELinux is not enabled
>       smbd, nmbd are running as I am able to access SAMBA shares from my
> Windows machine to this linux machine.
> I am using a Windows XP Prof and FedoraCore4 with these configuration
> samba-3.0.14a-2 samba-common-3.0.14a-2
> samba-client-3.0.14a-2
> I couldnt find anything wrong in /var/log/messages, is there anything other
> log exists for this.
> Please help
> Thanks and Regds
> Sabarinath

Arne Henningsen
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University of Kiel
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