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RE: [opensuse] fusesmb, how does it work?
  • From: Morten Bjørnsvik <morten.bjornsvik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2006 10:21:04 +0100
  • Message-id: <6CE4E2B30B0D214A8787B8FF100262120DD14D@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
|-----Original Message-----
|From: Verner Kjærsgaard [mailto:vk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
|Sent: 18. desember 2006 07:55
|To: opensuse@xxxxxxxxxxxx
|Subject: Re: [opensuse] fusesmb, how does it work?
|
|> > Can someone enlighten me, please...
|> >
|> > How do I use the darn thing??
|> > I need to mount my smb shares into, say
|> > /home/myuser/Documents/a_mount-point/
|>
|> Somebody posted something the other day about using cifs rather than
|> smbfs.
|
|- thanks.
|- to further enlighten me...does this mean that I should just
|go on as usual (I'll try it out...) with "mount -t cifs
|smb-source mountpoint -o options"
|like I used to?
|

More or less, but I found there were some diffences regarding authentication:

I use the following:
mount -t cifs -o noauto,credentials=/etc/smbpasswd,uid=1000,gid=100,file_mode=0664,dir_mode=04775 \
//192.168.2.20 /net

You need a root owned (600) file for your login mount credentials on the win-server:
username=
password=


mount | grep net
//192.168.2.14/net on /net type cifs (rw,mand)

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MortenB

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