RE: SMBMOUNT, Could not resolve mount point

From: Serge Maandag (serge.maandag@staff.zeelandnet.nl)
Date: Wed Feb 07 2001 - 10:45:38 EST


Hmm, check to see if you have enough rights. Do a

> /data/test/testfile

and see if the file is created without errormessages.
Also do umount -f /data/test 6 times over, so you are sure something
isn't half mounted in there.

Serge Maandag

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> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Matthieu Giorgini [mailto:Matthieu.Giorgini@unilever.com]
> Verzonden: woensdag 7 februari 2001 16:38
> Aan: Peter Wächtler
> CC: Linux-net
> Onderwerp: RE: SMBMOUNT, Could not resolve mount point
>
>
> Thanks for your prompt response.
> I've already do this command, and I receive the same error
> message :"coult not
> resolve /data/test" (if I use the mount point /data/test).
> It's exactly the same with SMBMOUNT.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Wächtler [mailto:pwaechtler@loewe-komp.de]
> Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2001 4:07 PM
> To: Matthieu Giorgini; Linux-net
> Subject: Re: SMBMOUNT, Could not resolve mount point
>
>
> Am Mittwoch, 7. Februar 2001 15:52 schrieb Matthieu Giorgini:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I've installed a SAMBA server on my Linux wks.
> > It works well, and I can use SMBCLIENT to connect to another wks.
> > I'm in a domain, under NT4, SP5.
> >
> > When I use SMBMOUNT username=my_NT_username,password=my_NT_pwd
> > file://hostname/share /data/test, it says "could not
> resolve mount point".
> >
> > Sorry in advance if that's a stupid question, but I'm a beginner.
> >
>
> Depending on your versions you should use:
>
> mount -t smbfs -ousername=USER,password=PWD //HOSTNAME/SHARE
> /LOCAL_MNTPNT
>
> and not an URL syntax like file://...
>
>
> Usage: mount.smbfs service mountpoint [-o options,...]
> Version 2.0.7
>
> Options:
> username=<arg> SMB username
> password=<arg> SMB password
> netbiosname=<arg> source NetBIOS name
> uid=<arg> mount uid or username
> gid=<arg> mount gid or groupname
> port=<arg> remote SMB port number
> fmask=<arg> file umask
> dmask=<arg> directory umask
> debug=<arg> debug level
> ip=<arg> destination host or IP address
> workgroup=<arg> workgroup on destination
> sockopt=<arg> TCP socket options
> scope=<arg> NetBIOS scope
> guest don't prompt for a password
> ro mount read-only
> rw mount read-write
>
> This command is designed to be run from within /bin/mount by giving
> the option '-t smbfs'. For example:
> mount -t smbfs -o username=tridge,password=foobar
> //fjall/test /data/test
>
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