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The login and mounting and stuff works just fine, but when I try to do a ls in /mnt/localdir I just get "access denied". How weird is that? However it works just fine on my own homedirectory that are located on one of the company windows server? Crazy or am I crazy?
Distribution: Debian (Sarge), Red Hat, Ubuntu, Knoppix
BTW, I recently got access to a new windows share and I had no problem to mount that one! So it feels like the shares that I have a problem to mount are those that has access for 'everyone'. Those shares that I get specific rights for my user work just fine. Do I have to add something to my mount command to be able to mount shares that have the permission ''everyone'?:
You might want to try username 'guest' instead if the share is accessable by everyone.
You could also try writing a shell script and use smbmount instead of fstab...
/usr/bin/smbmount //server/share /mnt/localdir -N
Since the share is accessable by everyone, I presume there is no password protection for it, so that -N option won't ask for a password and just mount that share. If that works you could just stick that command in your /etc/rc.d/rc.local