mount -t cifs

23/08/2007 - 21:28 von Ron Eggler | Report spam
Hi,

I have tried following as root:
'//192.168.0.101/Disk 1' /mnt/Y -o
username=xyz,password=xyz,uid00,gid0
but my user still wouldn't have any read or write rights. What am I doing
wrong?
Thanks for any further help!'
Ron
 

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#1 Ron Eggler
23/08/2007 - 22:15 | Warnen spam
Ron Eggler wrote:

Hi,

I have tried following as root:
'//192.168.0.101/Disk 1' /mnt/Y -o
username=xyz,password=xyz,uid00,gid0
but my user still wouldn't have any read or write rights. What am I doing
wrong?
Thanks for any further help!'
Ron



I also tried this:
#: chmod +s `which mount.cifs`
and then
:~> mount -t cifs '//192.168.0.101/Disk 1' /mnt/Y
but all I got was:
mount: only root can do that
Why? I'm stuck here... don't get it... can anyone help me a step further
please?
Thanks lots!
Ron

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