Samba: Authenticate Linux-Clients in Samba Domain & Mount
I have a Samba-Server (3.0.15) running on Fedora Core 1. This runs now quite well, i could also put finally my linux-clients into my domain just using net rpc join -U root -S ip-adress.
So, i could see on the Network browser my domain and contact my server and shares.
BUT: like this, no directory from my samba-server is mounted, even i am not really authenticated against samba, as i have to do once again a login on the domain afterwards.
SOLUTION A) - which i do not prefer:
//server/share /mount/point smbfs username=???,password=???,uid=you,gid=yourgroup,rw 0 0
in the /etc/fstabThis would mount fix the mentionned shared with the appropriate rights for the user mentionned in username.
SOLUTION B) - just a idea, but not sure...
a shellscript in kind of:
a$ = who;
mount -t smbfs - username=a$ //server/share /mount/point
this would also ask once again for the password of the appropriate user, but would read out, which user tries to connect....
SOLUTION C) no idea at all - hope you have a good input for me....
thx & cheers,
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