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Old 05-15-2002, 04:46 PM   #1
Sylhouette
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RH7.3 and smbmount as normal user


When using RH 7.2 you could (After setting the suid bit on /usr/bin/smbmount) as a normal user mount an smb share with the following command

smbmount //server/share /mnt/server

With RH7.3 when i do that i get the following error (After setting the suid bit)

libsmb based programs must *NOT* be suid root.
1644: Connection to server failed
SMB connection failed

When i leave the suid bit it tells me to set it
 
Old 05-16-2002, 05:16 PM   #2
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How about adding the entries to fstab so that users can use mount?

Quote:
//newton/dvd /mnt/smb/newton/dvd smbfs noauto,user,_netdev 0 0
//newton/cdrw /mnt/smb/newton/cdrw smbfs noauto,user,_netdev 0 0
//newton/c /mnt/smb/newton/c smbfs noauto,user,_netdev 0 0
//newton/alex /mnt/smb/newton/alex smbfs noauto,user,_netdev 0 0
//newton/baseef /mnt/smb/newton/baseef smbfs noauto,user,_netdev 0 0
 
Old 02-21-2003, 03:19 PM   #3
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sewer_monkey

i'm getting the same error. could you please explain to me what fstab is and how to edit it. thanks

mike
 
Old 02-24-2003, 11:38 PM   #4
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LIBSMB

libsmb ERROR!!!! i figured it out. This is for those who need help.
I've only tried this on RH8.0

if you're trying to mount folders with a user (not root) then:

chmod 4777 /path/to/smbmnt (usually it's "/usr/bin/smbmnt")

Then,
make sure that you

chmod 700 /path/to/smbmount and
chmod 700 /path/to/smbumount

Finally,

go to preferences and make sure that you are mounting to the default folder:

/tmp/mnt/

It should work after that.

Last edited by fernin8r; 02-24-2003 at 11:41 PM.
 
  


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