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Old 08-21-2014, 02:50 AM   #1
siruss899
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cifs mounting in CentOS


I'm defining mounting of some Windows shares in my /etc/fstab (CentOS 6.5), like this:

//192.168.0.x/TheSetFile /mnt/T cifs _netdev,user,uid=500,rw,exec,suid,auto,username=domainuser,password=pass 0 0

the share was mounted without any error, but only the content of the folder(TheSetFile).Is there anyway to mount the share with the root folder.

Thanks in Advnaced..

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Old 08-21-2014, 07:53 PM   #2
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I don't understand the question.

On your Windows machine, you chose to share TheSetFile
On your Linux machine, you mounted //192.168.0.x/TheSetFile

Of course the files you see will only be those contained within TheSetFile, since those are the only ones being shared by the Windows machine. Am I missing something? I don't know what "is there any way to mount the share with the root folder" is supposed to mean? Is your goal to obtain access to the root filesystem of your Windows machine? That of course will only be possible if the Windows machine opts to share its root filesystem.

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