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Old 01-28-2010, 06:56 PM   #1
ericyao
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mount -t cifs without password


Hi All

I have one NAS device and using samba share one folder without password, how can I use command mount -t cifs to mount this share folder? I tried the below command, but always popup password checking?
How should I do mount this folder without password checking?


#mount -t cifs -o user=nobody.password=nobody //192.168.0.253MailBackup /MailBackup
Password:
 
Old 01-29-2010, 11:53 AM   #2
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Hi All

I have one NAS device and using samba share one folder without password, how can I use command mount -t cifs to mount this share folder? I tried the below command, but always popup password checking?
How should I do mount this folder without password checking?


#mount -t cifs -o user=nobody.password=nobody //192.168.0.253MailBackup /MailBackup
Password:
Since you are specifying a password in the command: Try replacing the "." between the samba user and password with a comma ",".

Another way to do this password-less would be to add the line "guest account = nobody" to your smb.conf and the line "guest ok = yes" to your share definition in smb.conf. Then you can change your mount command to:

#mount -t cifs -o guest //192.168.0.253/MailBackup /MailBackup

Last edited by kforbus; 01-29-2010 at 12:03 PM.
 
Old 01-29-2010, 12:01 PM   #3
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Either mount it using the "guest" option, or use a "credentials" file to supply the domain, username, and password.

Personally I've never used the "guest" option. And I routinely use a credentials file.

Example of specifying a credentials file:
Code:
mount -t cifs //servername/mylogin /home/mylogin/windows -o uid=mylogin -o gid=groupname -o credentials=/home/mylogin/winpasswd
Example of a credentials file:
Code:
username=mylogin
domain=domainname
password=password_in_plain_text
And permissions on the credentials file are so that only the owner can read it.

--ET

Last edited by slacker_et; 01-29-2010 at 12:05 PM.
 
Old 01-30-2010, 06:50 AM   #4
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Thanks, my question has been fixed, thanks all who replied this thread, this web-site is very useful ^^
 
  


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