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When smbmount fails to mount a NT-share, the mount entry exists in
/etc/mount after failed mount anyway. This prevents mounting anything
else to that mount point. Is this a so-called bug or what? I'm using the
latest stable version (at least apt-get told me so...) on debian 2.1. df
doesn't know anything about the mount but I just umount it, and
everything is just fine.

Another thing: is it possible to give passwd on command line to


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