sudo mount -t cifs //10.200.50.16/volume_1 /home/user1/core -o username=user1,password=pw1,rw,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777 0 0
That generates an error unless I get rid of the '0 0' at the end of line.
The share I am trying to connect to is on a DNS-323 nas box. There is no network issues since I have R/W access using either Win XP or Kubuntu 7.04.
Another posts suggested adding smbfs, did this with no luck. But I think the '-t cifs' just ignores the smbfs and tries to talk via cifs.
One poster address his(her) issue via:
"I've FunPlugged my DLink DNS321 for SSH & NFS. The SSH let me setup a different user account 1000:1000 and set all exported dirs/files to that (instead of the default 502:702). This obviated the whole problem of permissions-management on Ubuntu."
When I check permissions it lists as 502:708 My local Ubuntu account is 1000. I'm wondering if this is the problem but I don't follow what the quote means. It sounds like he changed the owner on his (remote) files to be owned by uid 1000 - is that correct?
Last edited by vegastech; 06-11-2009 at 02:00 AM.