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I'm currently using RedHat 9 on GNOME connected to the internet on a TI LAN and i was wondering how i can share and access files off of my schools server. I am connected in the schools lab, but all the other computers are Windows 2000 and the server is Windows NT 4. I just took one of the computers and put linux on, i have my internet configured but now how do i access the shared files on the server?
First when i try smbmount it says commandnot found
second when i go to the home directory and do
smb://10.17.10.10 it gives me a log in with name and password....a school admin is with me when i do this and we dont know the name or pass.
Distribution: Ubuntu 11.4,DD-WRT micro plus ssh,lfs-6.6,Fedora 15,Fedora 16
hmmm, perhaps you could try this http://opensource.franz.com/nfs/
nfs is the native networking share in linux, perhaps you would have better luck setting your windows box to serve nfs then to get your linux to mount windows shares
i cant change my windows, its the school server. I just used this computer as a project to see if i could share files on Windows NT from a linux box.
I can smb:// on GUI but i cant share it so far..
Anything else i can try??
ok i have gottin some of it to work
[root@internet root]# mount -t smbfs //10.17.10.10/share /mnt/MEHS
3758: session request to 10.17.10.10 failed (Called name not present)
3758: session request to 10 failed (Called name not present)
I try the password to our server but it says access denied. My administrators do not know what to put in there. What is wrong?