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Old 07-30-2004, 04:17 AM   #1
urkhaa1975
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Registered: Jan 2004
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samba mounting and umounting problem


Hello to all
i'm having trouble on mounting samba shared folder on my fedora core 2 box.
Indeed in fedora core 1 I was used to mount some network folder via samba by typing
mount -t smbfs -o netbiosname=NETBIOS,workgroup=WORK,uid=500,gid=500, credentials=/path/to/credential "//server/disk " /disksmb

and it worked fine.
From the upgrading of the system it seems not to work any more, or better it sometimes work and someother not. In any case at the shutdown it is not able to umounting the device continuing in telling "device is busy"....

any idea or suggestion?!
thanks a lot
 
  


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