On Tue, 14 Aug 2007 17:18:25 GMT
Ron Eggler wrote:

> Malcolm wrote:
>
> > On Tue, 14 Aug 2007 16:32:34 GMT
> > Ron Eggler wrote:
> >
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> I try to do following:
> >> smbmount '//192.168.0.101/Disk 1' /mnt/Y -o user=xyz,password=xyz
> >> but get this:
> >> ERROR: smbfs filesystem not supported by the kernel
> >> Please refer to the smbmnt(8) manual page
> >> smbmnt failed: 255
> >>
> >> how come? How can I resolve this?
> >> Thank you!
> >> Ron

> > Hi
> > 10.2 uses cifs not smbfs for fs type now
> >

> Okay, my problem:
> Unfortunately there's a network share with a space in my office:
> 'Disk 1' that's the reason why i couldn't get it mounted by fstab.
> Now I thought I would just put an smbmount command in my
> ~/.kde/Autostart directory to get it mounted as user(of course i had
> set the permissions of smbmnt earlier so a user would be able to
> mount it). Now i'm told it wouldn't work and i would need to doi it
> with a simple "mount -t cifs". How can i do this as root because if i
> do it as root, the user wouldn't have access to the mounted share.
> Is there a possibility to put my user into the group "mount" or
> something so i can mount? How would this work?
>
> Thanks for every help!
>
> Ron
>

Hi
man mount.cifs or setuid to mount (chmod 4755) If yur the only user and
happy for a potenial security issue.

This should help you to put it in fstab.
http://www.unixadmintalk.com/f59/mou...e-user-265400/

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