Copy files from Linux onto Windows
Am in need to do a file copy (ie cp, scp, etc) from a Linux box onto a Windows box. I understand that we can do the following on the Linux box:
2) The Windows folder is actually a Sharepoint folder accessible by anyone. However, I can't login to the Windows box as an admin to share it and actually give it a name. Correct me if I'm wrong but if it's accessible by everyone I'd imagine that it's shared, right?
3) If I type file://hostname.com/abc/def into my Windows Explorer, it does open up the directory.
Any idea how to fix this?
Not sure what's going on as I can't find /usr/sbin/smbd and /usr/sbin/nmbd as suggested on the following site:
However, I am able to run:
/usr/bin/smbclient -L <hostname>
How can some Samba commands be available when the daemons aren't?
What rpm packages for samba are installed?
Run rpm -qa |grep -i samba
Have you tried just a mount instead of using smbmount?
And don't worry, you don't need samba daemons running for mounting a windows share.
samba consists of several packages and basically the main ones are common, client and server. smbclient is part of the client package and independent of the server. Make sure you are using the correct share name
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