I must admit i'm a complete noob in linux, but let's hope I"m a fast learner
I've installed a dedicated server with the Debian distribution. Apache, mysql, ftp... all is ok. But I'm having problems with the mounting smb shares on my Windows XP.
I installed smbfs and samba with the included "dselect" program. All other required packages are installed as well.
If I use 'smbclient //lupus/www' I can access the files correctly, and even upload en download files. So I think that means everything should be fine. It asks a password, but I can access them without entering anything.
Now I want to mount a share in linux :
SERVER:/mnt# mount -t smbfs //lupus/www /mnt/xp
ERROR: smbfs filesystem not supported by the kernel
Please refer to the smbmnt(8) manual page
smbmnt failed: 255
Please help !