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Re: Mounting Windows Samba shares without using smbfs



Arthur Marsh <arthur.marsh@internode.on.net> writes:


> The smbfs package, which depends on samba-common includes the
> mount.cifs binary:

[ snip ]

> The format of the /etc/fstab entry changed, requiring the IP address
> of the remote system rather than just the NetBIOS name:
> 
> # old format, should all be on one line:
> #//chocolate/chocolatec /chocolatec smbfs
> rw,guest,uid=1000,gid=1000,iocharset
> =utf8,codepage=cp850    0       0
> 
> # new format, should all be on one line:
> //10.0.0.2/chocolatec /chocolatec cifs
> rw,guest,uid=1000,gid=1000,iocharset=ut
> f8      0       0

On my very small home network, the Windows computer gets its IP
address from a router by dhcp. How to get this IP for the remote Linux
/etc/fstab file?  Can this be automated?



-- 
Hugh Lawson
hlawson@triad.rr.com


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