Re: SAMBA Help Needed
On (05 Sep 02 20:30), Ben Goodstein wrote:
> On (05 Sep 02 15:06), Bodnyk, Bruce W wrote:
> > I'm trying to mount a directory on a Windows NT box onto a Debian system
> > and am having some problems. I can use smbclient and get to the directory on
> > the NT machine but when I try and mount the directory using
> > mount -t smbfs -o username=bbodnyk/fciam //etbodnyk/proengineer
> > /var/www/proengineer
> > I get the following error message:
> > SMBFS: need mount version 6
> > mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on //etbodnyk/proengineer,
> > or too many mounted file systems.
> > Any idea what could be going wrong?
> This is not how you mount smbfs partitions.
> Instead try:
> mount -t smbfs //etbodnyk/proengineer /var/www/proengineer
> It will prompt you for a password.
My apologies, this IS how you mount smbfs so I am stumped.