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 smbmount 'mount point'
How do I define the 'mount point' on smbmount command line?


 Sat, 14 Apr 2001 03:00:00 GMT   
 smbmount 'mount point'
In article <>, it says (Kari Suomela) wrote:

Same way you would to mount any disk -- /mnt works fine, if it isn't already
in use by something else.   Let's say you have a machine on your LAN named
"critter" and you want to mount its (shared) C: drive for the very first
time, and not tie up your /mnt directory doing so.  So we'll make a new
mount point:

# mkdir /critter_C   # create a new mount point (only have to do this once)
# smbmount //critter/c /critter_C   # smbmount critter's C drive on it

Quite Easily Done.

 Sun, 15 Apr 2001 03:00:00 GMT   
 smbmount 'mount point'
Whaaa soo easy actuall smbmount doesn't work like normal mount
here how it looks alike let say your Win pc name [ netbi* name] is
"hacker_it" and share folder "IamIn"

then from linux you need todo this

smbmount //hacker_it/IamIn /home/anywhere_you like -U

ok !


"The sky looks blue but its not blue"
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 Sun, 15 Apr 2001 03:00:00 GMT   
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