Re: hmm NT domains ans sharee access
Doing "domain" authentication is easy. First you need to know what share
constitutes your home directory ('smbclient -L' will list shares on a given
machine). Then you can use smbmount (as root) or smbclient (works like tar,
you can run it as yourself) to access the share--just specify the user (with
the -U option, I believe, but check the man page) as 'DOMAIN\USER'. Make
sure you single-quote enclose this domain/user combo so the shell doesn't
interpret '\' as an escape.
Stephen Carpenter wrote:
> As I run Linux on my 486 here at work...
> (btw I got it working again ...thanx for the help everyone who e-mailed
> I want to make iso9660 CD ROM images on my 486 and then burn them
> the problem is disk space
> I am using an 850 MB hard drive.,..and thatrs really all I have.
> which I can put 650 MB of files on...but then have no space to store the
> (I would then FTP the image to another system for burning...so it only
> to be there a short time really)
> Win95 machines here logon to an NT domain...and map a "home drive" with
> unknown storage space limits
> (none set that Iknow of...and those servers have ALOT of space...I have
> whole CD ROM images there and been told "ahh there have been worst
> if I could authenticate with the domain..and acess my home drive and
> mount it..
> I would be all set
> I could image and burn Linux CDs to my hearts content
> is there any software to let me do that?
> if not..is there any way I can take a directory tree and make it into an
> ISO image
> such that th eoriginal tree is destroyed (thus I don't need 2 times the
> hard drive space)
> is there a better place to ask? (im just looking for pointers
> since everyone here has been so helpful)
Jens B. Jorgensen
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