Originally posted by DMR
smbmnt //vash/harry file:/mp3
"file:"? I've never seen that in the syntax for the smbmnt/smbmount commands. What is the exact error that you get when you issue the above command? Is /mp3 just the directory on the Linux box onto which you want to mount //vash/harry?
sorry about that ya file:/ wasnt the right thing to use but this is the error i got
root@megaplayboy:~# smbmount //vash/harry /mp3
ERROR: smbfs filesystem not supported by the kernel
Please refer to the smbmnt(8) manual page
smbmnt failed: 255
//vash is the win2k pc and /harry is the folder. and /mp3 is the fold on the linux box that i have. I just resently installed the gcc3.0 doing ./configure, make, make install then reset. So i hope that i loaded the wrong gcc .