Mount an smb share on linux

mount -t smbfs //$server/share /local/mount -o rw,username=$USER
Mount an smb share with this command. other options -ousername=$USERr,gid=$groupname,scope=rw

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By: sufoo
2009-03-25 01:05:17

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I prefer fusesmb. It allows you to mount a whole smb server in one mount point without requiring root privileges. Just do: fusesmb /path/to/mount Then at /path/to/mount, you get a set of folders similar to what you'd see in Nautilus under smb:///
goodevilgenius · 482 weeks and 5 days ago
You want to use cifs instead of smbfs. smbfs breaks on newer implementations of SMB on win32, and has been deprecated for a while. mount -t cifs //$server/share /local/mount -o rw,username=$USER
auxesis · 482 weeks and 5 days ago

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