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If I mount manually, nothing changes. I can see files, open them,but can't save anything. Yes, my credentials file looks correct.
I also tried connecting to a different XP machine where I shared the drive with the same results. Directories are wide open, but file show rights of "-rwxrwSrwt" and cannot write to any file or put a new file into a directory.
Not that it makes a difference, but the first machine (n drive in fstab) is a NTRS drive, while the second XP machine is using a fat32 drive. I've also tried turning selinux and firewalls off -- no change.
What else should I try (besides putting linux on the xp boxes).
Distribution: RHEL/CentOS/SL 5 i386 and x86_64 pata for IDE in use
This is expected and normal: file show rights of "-rwxrwSrwt"
Example: -rwxrwSrwt 1 root root 249K Mar 6 10:09 tzupdater-1_0_1.zip
Are you mounting as root and your normal user account does not have write access???
Try making the user part of the groups, using my groups as an example;
$ groups lenard
lenard : lenard root daemon sys adm disk wheel