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Old 06-16-2006, 08:31 PM   #1
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Autofs auto.smb attempts to mount printer drivers

In the Debian Autofs package the auto.smb script contains the following line:

/Disk/ { if (first) { print opts; first=0 }; print " \\\n\t /" $2, "://" key "/" $2 }

SAMBA for some reason lists printer drivers as 'Disk' shares:

Disk|print$|Printer Drivers
Printer|HPLJ4L|HP LaserJet 4L

This produces error messages when a mount is attempted for


which doesn't exist:

automount[17409]: mount(generic): calling mount -t cifs -s -o rw,credentials=/etc/auto.cifs.DELL3000
//DELL3000/print /smb/DELL3000/print
Jun 16 19:32:50 EMACH433 automount[17409]: >> retrying with upper case share name
Jun 16 19:32:50 EMACH433 automount[17409]: >> mount error 6 = No such device or address

Any way to either modify the awk program in auto.smb to exclude the 'print$' service or modify the smbclient
options to list hard drives only?


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