Re: SMBCLIENT PROBLEM
Try umount the partition (even if the mount appears to have failed) prior
to trying smbmount again. I get the error you mention if I try smbmount
and have a problem in password authentication. umount then smbmount seems
work for me.
On Mon, 13 Mar 2000, Vicente Torres wrote:
> I use smbmount-2.1.x to access Windows NT file systems
> from other computers in the net.
> Sometimes the connection gets lost and I get the following message when
> try to list those directories:
> bash-2.02$ ls /net/XXX
> ls: /net/XXX: Input/output error
> If I try to mount again the net directories, smbmount-2.1.x says:
> Could not resolve mount point
> and the only solution I know is to restart my potato. After restart
> the connections are available again.
> How can I restore connections without restarting?
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