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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
At home i have 1 nas with 3 shares, of which i used to mount 2 of them using a script with hardcoded password and username in it.
EDIT: Turns out, its not the script, but 'how i access' the nas share.. (-o user=XY,password=... VS. -o credentials=...).
Figured about credential files,... (0 Replies)
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2. Red Hat
I am using redhat linux 5.1 - 64bit,
mount -t cifs //18.104.22.168/SW/Ex /22.214.171.124 -o username=test
I am getting below error.
mount: block device //126.96.36.199/SW/Ex is write-protected, mounting read-only
mount: cannot mount block device... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: manoj.solaris
all,,i need help,,i try to mount a windows 2000 share folder to my system,,i already userd smb mount,mount -F and bunch of stuff and none is working,,can anyone give me a script to this??
PS : when i use mount -F i got this message :
nfs mount: insufficient privileges ,,,
is it must be root ? (6 Replies)
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4. Red Hat
Hi, I am fairly new to Linux. I have a Win XP host machine where I am running a Redhat virtual machine using VMplayer. I have a tool in the VM that I need to run using some input data located on the host machine. How can I share files between the host and the VM? I need to be able to read/write... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: ilyaz
5. IP Networking
I have a few Ubuntu 9.10 laptops I'm trying to learn NFS sharing with. I am just experimenting on this right now, so no harsh words about the security of what I'm playing with, please ;)
Below are the configs
/etc/exports on host
/home/woodnt/Homeschool... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Narnie
6. Red Hat
Please let me know whether I can mount a windows share on Redhat, which does not have Samba installed. The constraint is that I cannot install Samba .
Looking forward for a possible solution. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jksena
7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I've done this in the past, but I didn't save the syntax. I'm still kicking myself about that...
I am trying to mount \\server_name\share_name for read/write under CentOS 5.2 (a "generic" version of RedHat). As I recall, there was a fairly simple (maybe a oneline) command that would allow NTFS... (2 Replies)
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8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I've got a Sco 5.0.6 box and an Ubuntu box on my network. i want to backup certain directories onto a share on the Ubuntu box. how do i mount a linux share onto the Sco box? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: sall
9. Red Hat
*** I also posted this in the Unix general forum, but would like to get the Linux point of view. ***
Hello all -
I've searched this forum, but was unable to find out the info I need.
I'm trying to mount (nfs mount) a directory on another box from my Linux machine.
The mount point... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Heron
10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
i know a little bit of Unix, but not a whole lot.
I have a PC with W2K running on it.
I want to install redhat Linux 7.3 as new OS in dual boot.
do I need to install a boot manager like system commander or does the linux install detects other OS'es and create a dual boot 4 me (like... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: maxthree