Read-Write Access for Network Shares
Ok. I'm running Slackware 9 on a laptop. I haven't been able to find a way to get my pcmcia services to start before the file system is mounted. As a result, I'm not mounting my network shares in ftab; I'm mounting them in rc.local.
Here is my syntax to mount my network share in rc.local:
mount -t smbfs //hkd-server/data /mnt/data -o credentials=/root/.credentials/user-passwd,rw
If I log in as root, I have complete access to my mounted drives and can create/delete files. However, when I log in as a user, I get a lovely: "Can't write to ... Permission denied" error when I try to create/delete files on the network drive.
I have read hundreds of posts, tried most of the options in the man file but I can not seem to get a user read/write access. I have to be missing something here. Can somebody help me out before I just start using the root account? Thanks...