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hi there i'm using fedora core 1 and samba-3.0.7-2 and am trying to mount a samba share as a user but i can't seam to get it to work, i've followed all the instructions i can find and made my fstab file like this.
i ran rpm -qa | grep samba to find out what if any samba services i have and it came back with 'samba-common-3.0.7-2.FC1' but when i ran locate smbmnt and smbumount i couldn't find those commands so maybe i don't have smbfs support, can you tell me how to get it?
Distribution: FreeBSD 6.2/widows[not 8 legs nor black]
bsd rules, but i messed it up (this was for cyto),
hey , for smb mounts, its somewhere, smb.conf, over there is another file, for mounts
do smbmount works? i used that and i had a strange access.
from the linux box i looked all the shares in the local net, and then share them back
lol. Freebsd is not that hard. I have never configured xfree86 or xorg in linux(i just used default file). But in freebsd i configured them sucessfully by hand. Freebsd's documentation is great. Explains everything. Ports are great.