I have this line in my /etc/fstab file:
//192.168.249.1/Primary /mnt/server smbfs username=***,password=*** 0 0
It mounts the system fine with the proper credentials. But when I check /etc/mtab, I see this:
//192.168.249.1/Primary /mnt/server cifs rw,mand 0 0
Why is it mounting as cifs, and how do I stop it? Cifs is giving me a very annoying error when I try to shut down, apparently it has something to do with stopping the network services before unmounting all shares, and CIFS hangs while it tried to unmount the share. So I want to just use samba.