Mounting Windows Shares
I am at a friends house trying to mount several windows shares from his lan onto the linux box he uses as a firewall and gateway to the internet. I am using the command:
mount -t smbfs //<hostname>/<sharename> /<mountpoint>
but it keeps returning the error:
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on //192.168.1.7/mzk, or too many mounted file systems
I have tried using the machines hostname and it's IP address in the hostname part but i keep getting the same error. I have added the windows machines to /etc/hosts and i can ping the hostnames fine.
The box I am trying to install on is a ClarkConnect box, which is a specially configured RedHat distro.
Are there any settings in config files anywhere that I am not aware of that this special distro may have made that could be causing me this problem?