ok i searched and didnt find a question similar to this....
i have a network of 5 systems 3 windows 1 Debian linux and 1 samba server....
i got my samba server working thanks to you great people
[insert link here] and i can access it with read write execute permissions on the 3 windows.....
but i had a small bit of trouble mounting it to the Debian computer i got it mounted thanks to you great people again
the link to that is here
so now come to you for (hopefully) the last of my server problems....
chmod a=rwx /media/disk
mount -t cifs -o username="tom",password="...." //192.168.1.105/20gig /media/disk
i got it mounted to my Debian computer as root user
although i can still access and execute as user t (yes my user name is "t") i dont feel like having to log in as root to write to it
ive tried chmod-ing everthing i could think of still nothing....