Originally Posted by kf4otn
What if you do all that and you get the error "Could not resolve mount point /mnd/o"? I was trying to mount a network drive to "o"... Any ideas?
It means that you haven't created a directory named "o" in /mnt directory.
first create a directory where you want to mount the network share for eg
Then mount the network share
mount -t smbfs //192.168.0.1/share /mnt/o -o "username=shareuser,password=pass"