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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for smbmnt (redhat section 8)

SMBMNT(8)										SMBMNT(8)

NAME
       smbmnt - helper utility for mounting SMB filesystems

SYNOPSIS
       smbmnt mount-point [ -s <share> ]  [ -r ]  [ -u <uid> ]	[ -g <gid> ]  [ -f <mask> ]  [ -d
       <mask> ]  [ -o <options> ]

DESCRIPTION
       smbmnt is a helper application used by the smbmount program to do the actual  mounting  of
       SMB  shares.   smbmnt  can be installed setuid root if you want normal users to be able to
       mount their SMB shares.

       A setuid smbmnt will only allow mounts on directories owned by the user, and that the user
       has write permission on.

       The smbmnt program is normally invoked by smbmount(8)
	It should not be invoked directly by users.

       smbmount  searches  the normal PATH for smbmnt. You must ensure that the smbmnt version in
       your path matches the smbmount used.

OPTIONS
       -r     mount the filesystem read-only

       -u uid specify the uid that the files will be owned by

       -g gid specify the gid that the files will be owned by

       -f mask
	      specify the octal file mask applied

       -d mask
	      specify the octal directory mask applied

       -o options
	      list of options that are passed as-is to smbfs, if this command is run on a 2.4  or
	      higher Linux kernel.

AUTHOR
       Volker Lendecke, Andrew Tridgell, Michael H. Warfield and others.

       The current maintainer of smbfs and the userspace tools smbmount, smbumount, and smbmnt is
       Urban   Widmark	  <URL:mailto:urban@teststation.com>.	  The	 SAMBA	  Mailing    list
       <URL:mailto:samba@samba.org>  is the preferred place to ask questions regarding these pro-
       grams.

       The conversion of this manpage for Samba 2.2 was performed by Gerald Carter

					 19 November 2002				SMBMNT(8)


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