I have seen some claim that adding noserverino to the CIFS mount
command helps with this problem. It has not made a difference for me.
Then again, I have this in /etc/fstab:
//lcms/LCMSF /media/LCMS/F cifs
But mount does not show the option:
//lcms/LCMSF on /media/LCMS/F type cifs
So can I be sure the option is active?
On Thu, Jan 24, 2019 at 11:34 AM Roger Oberholtzer
On Wed, Jan 16, 2019 at 8:53 AM David C. Rankin
I'm betting you need to enable SMB1
CIFS/server on the Win10 side, see
IIRC this is one issue in the Linux->Win10 access scenario.
This did not help. Some existing files are not shown in a directory
listing. But they can be accessed by name. This is happening in the
login shell. So it is not a KDE/GNOME/etc issue.
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