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I have a Solaris 10 server, I'm trying to mount a share from a Windows nfs server. If I add this entry (tst-walnut:/test_sap_nfs - /majid nfs - yes rw,soft) to my /etc/vfstab, then I can mount, but when I create a file by root:root, the file owner changes to... (1 Reply)
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I want to connect to two samba shares both on the same Linux box but each with a different username from a windows server 2008. I created 2 gpos to connect and I can connect to the shares individually via net use command, but once I entered credentials for one of the shares, it seems I... (1 Reply)
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I have a problem with a Samba share (Debian) on Windows.
My config http://pastebin.com/18ncwngr With smbclient -U ftp //xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/daten I can connect with another Linux Server. Only with Windows it does not work. Deactivate firewall also but I can not connect me.
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Hi I have an issue with a client. He was able to use his mounted Samba share for a long time. However, a couple of days ago, he wasn't able to access all of his files all of a sudden. He still see's the share and majority of the files, but not some that he needs.
I checked with Secure CRT on... (1 Reply)
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5. Red Hat
I am using redhat linux 5.1 - 64bit,
mount -t cifs //188.8.131.52/SW/Ex /184.108.40.206 -o username=test
I am getting below error.
mount: block device //220.127.116.11/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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I'm trying to setup Samba in a solaris zone... Is there a way to setup Samba so that every Windows machine that tries to connect to the share always gets it mounted under the same drive letter (e.g. H:)???
My Samba share (in smb.conf)
I want that all Window users get it mounted... (3 Replies)
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Hi, How can i mount an NFS share on a solaris machine a filesystem ?
I have enabled nfs on a windows server and the shares has given read/write access to it to all the users. I would like to mount it on around 10 different solaris boxes with different versions of solaris.
Thanks in advance. (2 Replies)
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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)
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Until recently I have been using the following command successfully to connect to a windows share:
mount -t smbfs -o username=my_username,password=my_password /home/temp //oldserverx1/openexchange
But from today, I've been getting the following error:
INFO: Debug class all level = 1 (pid... (1 Reply)
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