i'm trying to mount a windows share folder as a normal user, and i'm having problems.
- a windows xp computer (called comp_win)
a shared folder called door (rw for anyone)
- a debian-sarge computer with samba working good
the user my_name in the groups: dialout, cdrom, floppy, audio, www-data, video, plugdev, users, hal
my /etc/fstab is:
//comp_win/door /mnt/door smbfs gid=100,umask=000,users,exec,noauto 0 0
my door folder's permittion is:
drwxrwxrwx 2 root root 4096 2006-09-27 08:38 door
when i try to mount as root
, it is successfully!
obs: after this command... i have to type the share's password.
but when i try to mount as the user my_name
(using the same command above), i have the following error message:
my_name@my_debian:~$ mount /comp_win/door/
cannot mount on /comp_win/door: Operation not permitted
smbmnt failed: 1
what i didn't do to make this work???
note: i want to permit that some users may mount this shared folder without using the root password.
ps: sorry if this question is already done and solved in the forum... i looked for it and i haven't found any post about it.